FBI busts suspected Detroit gang

ClickOnDetroit.com on December 16, 2011 released the following:

Authorities say ‘The Hustle Boys’ involved in drugs, violence

DETROIT – The FBI has busted a dangerous Detroit gang.

Authorities say “The Hustle Boys,” sold drugs and commonly engaged in violence with rival gangs.

10 members of the gang have been indicted including a man by the name of Deonte Morris, who is considered to be the ring leader of the group.

The gang is accused of running a criminal enterprise in the city of Detroit for the past four years. They sold prescription medication oxycotin and marijuana. Not only did they operate in Detroit, but they also did business in Ohio and West Virginia. In many cases they used women to deliver the drugs.

“These are gang members who were under investigation for a long time. Our streets are safer now because they are off the streets,” said FBI spokesperson Simon Shaykhet.

Two women have also been charged in the case. The suspects are expected to appear before a judge Friday in federal court.”

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