Aaron “AJ” Jones was born one of 13 children in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1962. As a youngster, he ran errands and shined shoes for members of the notorious Black Mafia crime syndicate, based in Philadelphia, of which his older brother, Eddie, was a member. Jones attended Temple University after graduating from West Philadelphia Catholic High School for Boys in 1979.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — A Maple Heights man was arrested Wednesday and charged with selling a dose of heroin and fentanyl to a Brook Park man who died of an overdose earlier this month, according to the FBI.
A former Texas high school football player whom authorities say rose from petty street dealer to the top ranks of a Mexican drug cartel was responsible for sending truckloads of cocaine across the border for distribution in the eastern US, prosecutors said.
A man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for the shooting death of Chicago rapper Leonard “L’A Capone” Anderson outside a South Side recording studio in 2013.
A New Orleans East man’s two-month crime spree was punctuated by more comical missteps than by numerous ruthless threats to kill victims if they didn’t cooperate, police investigators said in court documents obtained Wednesday (Jan. 4).
Police officers who responded Monday night to a report of shots fired arrested three men and seized an Uzi submachine gun loaded with a 25-round magazine, authorities said.
A judge investigating some of the world’s most powerful druglords was killed while out jogging in a brutal street execution captured on CCTV.
A former Newark high school basketball standout with a troubled history died after he was shot in the city over the weekend, officials said Wednesday.
Lured into a world of murder, drugs and cash: The two American teens who became vicious assassins for Mexico’s feared Zetas drug cartel
Texas teens Gabriel Cardona and Rosalio ‘Bart’ Reta carried out bloody murders for a vicious and fearsome drug cartel in Mexico.
Armed federal agents wearing all-black helmets and bulletproof vests conducted a raid shrouded in early morning darkness Wednesday in San Fernando as part of a larger operation against suspected gun traffickers and narcotics dealers.