The former head of the Detroit Highwaymen Motorcycle club got hit with a 37 year prison sentence on Monday in U.S. District Court in downtown Detroit.
Aref “Scarface” Nagi, 46, was convicted last year on a variety of charges, including conspiracy to violate federal racketeering laws and conspiracy to commit murder, along with controlled substance, stolen property, and firearm violations, U.S. Attorney Barbara L. McQuade said in a press release.
Nagi was found guilty along with Leonard “Dad” Moore, 61, Joseph “Little Joe” Whiting, 56, Anthony “Mad Anthony” Clark, 52, Michael “Cocoa” Cicchetti, 55, and Gary “Junior” Ball Jr., 44. Nagi is the first of the defendants to be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Nancy G. Edmunds.
“Dismantling violent gangs is a continuing priority for the FBI,” said Andrew G. Arena, head of the Detroit FBI.
Posted: January 25th, 2011 under FBI, News Story.
Tags: Anthony (Mad Anthony) Clark, aref "scarface" nagi, Detroit, detroit highwaymen motorcyle, Gary (Junior) Ball Jr., Joseph (Little Joe) Whiting, Leonard (Dad) Moore, Michael (Cocoa) Cicchetti, U.S. District Court