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By Mary Manning. Ten Las Vegas men have been indicted on charges ranging from violent crimes to drug trafficking as part of their membership in a violent street gang known as the Playboy Bloods, said U. Attorney Greg Brower of Nevada.


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On the second day of his federal jury trial, a Las Vegas Playboy Bloods street gang member pleaded guilty to racketeering and drug charges, announced U. Attorney Daniel G. Bogden of the District of Nevada and Leslie R. Attorney Bogden. District Judge Kent J. Dawson on Oct. The jury trial began yesterday, July 28,and the government had called seven witnesses to testify.

Tillman is the remaining gang member to be convicted out of 10 charged in a RICO indictment filed in According to the guilty plea agreement and evidence produced at trial, the Bloods are a nationally-known criminal street gang whose members engage in drug trafficking and acts of violence. The guard approached Tillman and several other Playboy Bloods and told them to leave the property.

An argument ensued, and the guard rode away on his bicycle to get help.

One of the Playboy Bloods fired a gun at the guard, hitting him two times and killing him. Tillman admitted that he aided and abetted the murder of the guard and acted deliberately and intentionally with extreme disregard for human life.

Tillman specifically admitted to distributing in excess of grams of crack cocaine. Tillman also admitted that he distributed crack cocaine to another person on about Jan. Dickinson and Phillip N. Smith, Jr. Rosenberg, Trial Attorney with the U. Related Headlines Playboy Bloods. No comments:.

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