NewsPublic Affairs / December 13, 2019

Indianapolis Drug Kingpin Gets Life In Federal Prison

Indianapolis Drug Kingpin Gets Life In Federal PrisonA U.S. District Court judge handed down the sentence to Richard Grundy III following his August convictions on drug-trafficking and money laundering charges. Illegal drug trafficking, FBI, U.S. District Court2019-12-13T00:00:00-05:00
Indianapolis Drug Kingpin Gets Life In Federal Prison

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A federal judge has sentenced the leader of a violent Indianapolis-based drug trafficking ring to life in prison.

U.S. District Chief Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson handed down the sentence to 30-year-old Richard Grundy III following his August convictions on drug-trafficking and money laundering charges.

Federal prosecutors say Grundy was the leader of a drug-trafficking organization that distributed more than 400 pounds of methamphetamine and large amounts of heroin, cocaine, and marijuana in Indianapolis from August 2016 through November 2017. 

FBI Special Agent in Charge Grant Mendenhall says “Grundy was under the mistaken impression he and his crew could run their criminal enterprise ... without fear of consequence."

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