(INDIANAPOLIS) Federal Court Report: 24-Members of a Drug Trafficking Ring Have Been Sentenced to Various Terms #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.14: The organisation operated in and around the historic Haughville neighborhood in Indianapolis from April 2018 to January 2019. A federal grand jury in Evansville indicted the members of this organisation in January 2019.

#AceDailyNews reports that Assistant Special Agent in Charge Michael Gannon, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and Acting U.S. Attorney John E. Childress of the Southern District of Indiana announced that a drug trafficking ring consisting of at least 24 people have been sentenced in federal court ….

According to court documents, from April 2018 and continuing through January 2019, 24 members of a drug trafficking ring would sell large quantities of illegal substances in and around the near westside of Indianapolis. Jshane Trice and Terrence Stum directed the illegal activities of the methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine trafficking organization. The other members of the organization would assist Trice or Stum by distributing the drugs, purchasing drugs for redistribution, prepare the drugs for distribution, transport the drugs for distribution and conceal the drugs on other members behalf.

“This investigation is a great example of law enforcement working together to address citizens’ concerns about narcotics trafficking in their neighborhoods,” said Acting U.S. Attorney John E. Childress. “Using combined resources to attack these criminal organizations works and I want to thank our federal, state and local partners for their help in dismantling this high-level narcotics organization within Indianapolis.”

Below are the individuals who were indicted, prosecuted and sentenced to federal prison:

•     Jshaun Trice – sentenced to 210 months and five years supervised release
•     Terrence Stum – sentenced to 262 months and five years supervised release
•     Demetrick Holder – sentenced to 72 months and three years supervised release
•     Gerald Hoskins – sentenced to 36 months and three years supervised release
•     Darryl Allen – sentenced to 240 months and five years supervised release
•     Eric Bard – sentenced to 262 months and five years supervised release
•     Dustin Manuel – sentenced to 96 months and five years supervised release
•     Kelvin Washington – sentenced to 60 months and four years supervised release
•     Devin Jones – sentenced to 30 months and three years supervised release
•     Adrian Myles – sentenced to 60 months and five years supervised release
•     Christopher Hill – sentenced to 120 months and five years supervised release
•     Robert Hadley – sentenced to 72 months and four years supervised release
•     Danny Jenkins – sentenced to 118 months and four years supervised release
•     Antonio McClure – sentenced to 160 months and five years supervised release
•     James Gibson – sentenced to 124 months and five years supervised release
•     Carlo Payne – sentenced to 160 months and five years supervised release
•     Thomas Acord – sentenced to 108 months and three years supervised release
•     Alton Brown Sr. – sentenced to 121 months and five years supervised release
•     Steven Savage – sentenced to time served and four years supervised release
•     Derrick O’Connor – sentenced to 60 months and three years supervised release
•     Melissa Kidwell – sentenced to time served and four years supervised release
•     Jacqueline Huffman – sentenced to 60 months and four years supervised release
•     Jacob Jones – sentenced to 140 months and five years supervised release
•     Allen Brown – sentenced to time served and four years supervised release

Multiple law enforcement agencies contributed to the prosecution of this case, including the Federal Bureau of Investigations, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Indiana State Police and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

Assistant U.S. Attorney’s Peter A. Blackett and Michelle P. Brady prosecuted this case for the government.

This prosecution is part of an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces (OCDETF) 
investigation. OCDETF identifies, disrupts and dismantles the highest-level drug  
traffickers, money launderers, gangs and transnational criminal organizations that threaten the 
United States by using a prosecutor-led, intelligence-driven, multi-agency approach that leverages 
the strengths of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies against criminal networks.

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Sept.14: 2021:

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(INDIANAPOLIS, IN.) U.S. Marshals Report: Southern District of Indiana and the Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force – Indianapolis Division, early today arrested a man wanted for multiple felony warrants out of Boone County, Montgomery County and Monroe County #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – May.26: Swails had been wanted on charges of resisting law enforcement, armed robbery, burglary, theft, battery resulting in bodily injury and probation violation, all stemming from a 2017 incident where he was charged with attempted murder of a law enforcement officer. Swails eventually pleaded to unlawful use of body armor, criminal recklessness and resisting law enforcement in the 2017 case:

‘U.S. Marshals Arrest of a man called David Alan Swails, 21, who was taken into custody at approximately 6 a.m. after he was found hiding in the basement of a residence in the 400 block of Oakland Street’

On May 14, the Jamestown marshal, where the current cases originated, reached out to the USMS to request the assistance of the GLRFTF to locate Swails. The task force accepted the case and initiated a case review of the details, compiling criminal history and reports, current information, and copies of the warrants from Boone and Montgomery Counties.

During the Marshals’ investigation, information was developed that Swails had been hiding in an abandoned building in the rural Plainfield area. After an exhaustive search, officers located a building containing items belonging to Swails, but Swails was not present. Further investigation led the team to the Oakland Street location in the 400 block of Oakland Street, where Swails was found hiding in the basement. 

“No matter where a fugitive may try to flee or hide, we will pursue them, find them and bring them to justice,” said U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of Indiana Dan McClain.

The U.S. Marshals Regional Fugitive Task Force (Indianapolis Division) is a multijurisdictional fugitive task force comprising the U.S. Marshals Service, Immigration Customs and Enforcement, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Indiana State Police, Marion County Sheriff’s Department, Greenwood Police Department, and the Fishers Police Department.

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: May.26: 2021:

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(INDIANAPOLIS) JUST IN: At least 8-people have been killed at a shooting that took place plast night at a FedEX facility U.S police have said #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.16: When police arrived, officers reportedly observed “an active shooting scene at the facility”, according to Indianapolis police spokesperson Genae Cook.

Indianapolis shooting leaves eight people dead at FedEx facility in US: At least eight people have been shot and killed US police have said & multiple people have injuries and the gunman has died, according to authorities.

Posted 4h ago, updated 3h ago

Police officers stand beside a vehicle displaying flashing lights.
The FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, is the site of the latest US fatal mass shooting.(Reuters/WRTV)

She said four people were transported to hospitals, one in critical condition with gunshot injuries and three others with various injuries.

Two others were treated at the facility by medical staff. Ms Cook said “multiple” others walked to hospitals in nearby areas.

She added that the gunman had died and the public is not believed to be in immediate danger.

FedEx released a statement saying it was cooperating with authorities and working to get more information.

“We are aware of the tragic shooting at our FedEx ground facility near the Indianapolis airport,” the company said.

“Safety is our top priority, and our thoughts are with all those who are affected.”

Live video from news outlets at the scene showed crime scene tape in the parking lot outside the facility.

A witness who said he works at the facility told US media he saw a man with a gun after hearing several gunshots.

“I saw a man with a submachine gun of some sort, an automatic rifle, and he was firing in the open,” Jeremiah Miller said.

Another man who told media he was a witness said his niece was sitting in her car in the driver’s seat when the gunfire erupted, and she was wounded.

“She got shot on her left arm,” Parminder Singh said.

“She’s fine, she’s in the hospital now.”

He said his niece did not know the shooter.

Family members of workers reportedly gathered at a local hotel to await word on loved ones.

Some said employees were not allowed to have their phones with them while working shifts at the facility, making it difficult to contact them.

People wearing masks sit at tables.
Family members, friends and workmates wait for news after the shooting at the FedEx centre.(Reuters)

The FedEx facility is located close to the Indianapolis International airport.

The attack is the latest in a string of mass shootings across the US in recent months.

Eight people were shot dead by a gunman at massage businesses in Atlanta, Georgia, while another gunman killed 10 people when he opened fire in a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado.

This is the third mass shooting this year in Indianapolis.

Five people, including a pregnant woman, were shot and killed in January, and a man was accused of killing three adults and a child before abducting his daughter during an argument at a home in March.

AP

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Apr.16: 2021:

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(INDIANAPOLIS) Justice Dept Report: Child predator & cyberterrorist sentenced to 75yr-in-prison for making threats to 375-minors and threatening schools #AceNewsDesk repor

#AceNewsReport – Mar.16: Acting U.S. Attorney John Childress announced today that Buster Hernandez, 29, of Bakersfield, California, was sentenced to 75 years in federal prison by U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt:

Child Predator and Cyberterrorist, Buster Hernandez, aka “BrianKil,” is Sentenced to 75 years in Federal Prison: ‘Hernandez Used Sextortion and Made Death Threats to At Least 375 Minor Victims, Threatened to Use Explosive Devices at Plainfield and Danville High Schools’

Southern District of Indiana:

In August 2017: Hernandez was initially charged with sexually exploiting a minor, threatening to use an explosive device and threatening to kill, kidnap, or injure another person. Those charges eventually extended to include 41 separate allegations including: the production of child pornography, the coercion and enticement of minors, the receipt and distribution of child pornography, the threatened use of explosive devices, extortion, threats to kill, kidnap or injure other persons, witness tampering, obstruction of justice and retaliation against a victim. The offense conduct included the actual or attempted sextortion of at least 375 victims including those from two foreign countries, threats to kill, rape, and kidnap hundreds and threats to use explosive devices against Plainfield and Danville High Schools, the Shops at Perry Crossing, and a local Walmart.

“Today we mark, with quiet satisfaction, that here evil has been met with justice. Conduct like this falls so far outside even the most basic understanding of human decency and compassion that our natural inclination might be to look away from this horrible spectacle,” said Childress. “We cannot do so. We must acknowledge that evil such as this exists in our world so that we might give thanks for those brave men and women who give their all to see that it does not prevail and so that we are all reminded to do whatever we must to protect our children.”     

“Today also marks a milestone in a long and complex case that represents the efforts of an extremely talented group of federal prosecutors and law enforcement and state and local law enforcement from across the county. Sadly, but with hope for the future, today also allows us to importantly acknowledge the many victims of the defendant and even more importantly allows us to express our solidarity with them and to pledge our continued efforts in support of their healing.”   

In December of 2015: Brownsburg Police Department contacted the FBI asking for assistance with a cyber-threat case involving a minor female victim (Victim 1) who was a resident of Plainfield, Indiana. For approximately 16 months, Hernandez used Facebook under different aliases to communicate with Victim 1 to extort sexually explicit pictures from her. This crime is commonly referred to as “sextortion.”

When Victim 1’s mother intervened, and refused to provide additional images, Hernandez, using the alias, “Brian Kil” threatened to kill Victim 1, her mother, younger sister, and boyfriend. Hernandez also posted on Facebook that he intended to bomb Plainfield and Danville High Schools, The Shops at Perry Crossing, and Walmart in the Plainfield area.

Hernandez posted, “I am coming for you. I will slaughter your entire class and save you for last.” He further made threats to law enforcement saying, “I will add a dozen dead police to my tally…Try me pigs, I will finish you off as well.” Hernandez also threatened school administrators and parents. 

In the interest of public safety, school administrators decided to close the Plainfield and Danville High Schools and The Shops at Perry Crossing in Plainfield was also evacuated and closed until Dec. 19, 2015.

In response to the threats, Plainfield school administrators and law enforcement scheduled a community forum at the high school. More than 1000 people attended. As part of his criminal tradecraft, Hernandez used counterintelligence at the forum. He coerced Victim 3, whom he had been extorting for years, to attend the forum, take notes, and record law enforcement’s statements about the investigation into “Brian Kil.” Hernandez then posted information about the forum to make it appear as though he lived among his victims and could harm them at any moment. When discussing sending Victim 3 to the community forum, Hernandez said to Victim 3, “a lot of people think im too far to do anything. Thanks to you ill be quoting [expletive] directly from the forum. People are going to think twice about their kids safety after that.”

Hernandez also sexually exploited and threatened several other minor victims in Hendricks County and other cities in Indiana.  When victims stopped complying with his demands, he posted sexually explicit images and videos that the victim had sent against their will and often threatened to kill them and their families. 

Hernandez also used sophisticated methods to obfuscate his identity and encrypt his devices. In the summer of 2017, the FBI discovered that the person using the moniker “Brian Kil” and hundreds of other aliases was an unemployed 26-year-old male named Buster Hernandez. Hernandez was living with his girlfriend and her 85-year-old grandmother in Bakersfield California. In total, Hernandez victimized no less than 375 victims from around the country.

This investigation was jointly conducted by the FBI, the Indiana State Police, the Plainfield Police Department, the Brownsburg Police Department, and the Washington County Maryland Sheriff’s Office.

“Mr. Hernandez has been sitting in a jail cell for more than three years since a collective law enforcement effort put an end to his reign of terror, and today’s sentence ensures he will remain behind bars for a very long time, unable to victimize anyone else, ever again,” said FBI Indianapolis Special Agent in Charge Paul Keenan. “The communities of Plainfield and Danville, and those in other states where he victimized young girls, can rest easy knowing the FBI and our partners worked tirelessly and used all our resources to find him and bring this day about.”

The Indiana State Police proudly stands with our law enforcement partners as this complex case comes to a close and a person is held accountable for their actions that affected so many people,” said Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter.

“The Plainfield Police Department is very pleased with the outcome of this multi-jurisdictional and nationwide investigation, prosecution and sentencing,” said Plainfield Police Chief Jared McKee. “Our hope is that the conviction and sentencing of this perpetrator is a relief to the many victims seeking closure. The countless victims, Town of Plainfield residents, the entire Plainfield Community School Corporation, and communities all over the country can find comfort in knowing that justice has been served. Our agency would like to thank the efforts of our federal, state, and local partners in bringing this case to closure, including the FBI, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Indiana, the Indiana State Police and the Brownsburg Police Department.”

“This investigation is a shining example of the local, state, and federal cooperation that exists to effectively investigate and capture the predators that focus upon our children, said Brownsburg Police Chief Joseph Grimes. “The Brownsburg Police Department is proud to be part of the team that makes the protection of our children a priority and does not waiver in its stance to effectively locate and apprehend those who seek to bring them harm. We stand steadfast in support of the victims in their time of healing, as they are the true heroes in demonstrating bravery through adversity.”

According to Assistant U.S. Attorney Tiffany J. Preston, who prosecuted this case for the government, Hernandez must also serve a lifetime of supervised release following his imprisonment.

Attached to this release is a list of other account usernames that Hernandez used to communicate with his victims. If you believe you have been a victim of sextortion by Buster Hernandez, a/k/a Brian Kil, a/k/a Purge of Maine, and or any of the usernames listed, please contact the Indianapolis FBI Office at 317-595-4000, Option 2, or submit the information to https://www.fbi.gov/tips.

In November of 2020, Acting U.S. Attorney John E. Childress renewed a Strategic Plan designed to shape and strengthen the District’s response to its most significant public safety challenges. This prosecution demonstrates the Office’s enduring commitment to prosecute those who exploit and harm children, produce and distribute child pornography, and use sextortion. See U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Indiana Strategic Plan Section 4.1 and 4.4.

Hernandez User Names

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Mar.16: 2021:

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` One Woman’s Story of Gun Crime As a Disabled Person at Indianapolis Airport ‘

#AceNewsServices – INDIANAPOLIS – May 15 – As Jennifer Longdon steered her wheelchair through the Indianapolis airport on April 25, she thought the roughest part of her trip was over.

Earlier that day she’d participated in an emotional press conference with the new group Everytown for Gun Safety, against the backdrop of the National Rifle Association‘s annual meeting.

A mom, gun owner, and Second Amendment supporter, Longdon was paralysed in 2004 after being shot in her car by unknown assailants, and has since been a vocal advocate for comprehensive background checks and other gun reforms.

As Longdon sat waiting for her flight, a screen in the concourse showed footage of the press conference. A tall, thin man standing nearby stared at Longdon, then back at the screen.

Then he walked up to Longdon and spat in her face.

No one else blinked.

Longdon was shocked and embarrassed, she told me, but she didn’t falter. “Wow, aren’t you a big man,” she said as he turned and walked away. Instead of calling for security, she wheeled herself to a restroom to clean herself off.

She was tired—she lives with constant physical pain—and did not want to miss her flight.

“Should I have done something more? Quite honestly, in the scheme of things it was a little man and a little moment,” she said. “

He felt to me like a coward and a bully.”

What happened to Longdon in Indianapolis is part of a disturbing pattern.

Ever since the Sandy Hook massacre, a small but vocal faction of the gun rights movement has targeted women who speak up on the issue—whether to propose tighter regulations, educate about the dangers to children, or simply to sell guns with innovative security features.

The vicious and often sexually degrading attacks have evolved far beyond on-line trolling, culminating in severe bullying, harassment, invasion of privacy, and physical aggression.

Though vitriol flows from both sides in the gun debate, these menacing tactics have begun to alarm even some entrenched pro-gun conservatives.

Read More of this Story at: MJ 

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