ATLANTA (AP) - A federal grand jury has indicted five men on
cocaine conspiracy charges, accusing four of them of being street
gang members selling drugs through an audio installation business
in suburban Atlanta.
Federal officials said Wednesday that 33-year-old Ricardo
Larios-Trujillo, 20-year-old Ramon Cortez and 34-year-old Homer
Larios, all of Lawrenceville; 30-year-old Rigoberto Delgado-Orozco
of Buford and 29-year-old Alexander I. Acher of Southborough,
Mass., were also charged with possession with intent to distribute
more than 5 kilograms of cocaine.
The U.S. Attorney's Office says Larios-Trujillo, Delgado-Orozco,
Cortez and Larios belong to a Hispanic street gang called South
Side Myfas, and along with Acher used Larios-Trujillo's Monster Car
Audio in Lawrenceville to store and distribute cocaine.
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