Three Brockton accused have been indicted on 12th of June 2019 in the federal court in Boston on charges of conspiring to manufacture and distribute the controlled substances such as drugs that includes cocaine, MDMA, Ketamine and Xanax. The accused have been identified as Binh Thanh Le of age 22 years, Steven Mccall of age 23 years and Allante Pires of 22 years of age where each one of them were charged with the conspiracy to manufacture and distribute MDMA, Ketamine and Xanax. All of the indicted were previously charged by the criminal complaint and were detained following an initial appearance in federal court in May 2019.
As the charging documents state, all the three indicted have received wholesale quantities of the drugs in the mail. The three men then used to process and manufacture those drugs at an office space that they had rented in Stoughton. In order to distribute the drugs, the men had allegedly created a vendor website that has been entitled as “EastSideHigh” on the dark web market websites where they advertised several drugs for sale that included Cocaine, MDMA, Ketamine and Xanax drugs.
The federal authorities have seized over 20 kilograms of MDMA, over 7 kilograms of Ketamine, over 10,000 Xanax pills, over $200,000 worth of Bitcoin and as well as over $100,000 in cash. When the Federals broke into their office space in Sloughton, Mccall was wearing latex gloves and respirator and was believed that he was in the process of filling the orders of the drugs. The authorities have also seized a computer where the vendor page of EastSideHigh was open. They have also recovered a pill press and shipping and packaging materials.
As the investigation began, an undercover federal agent had ordered a drug called MDMA from one of the EastSideHigh vendor websites on a dark web marketplace and later the federals have observed that Le had allegedly deposited the envelope containing the agent’s order into a United States Postal Service collection box in Sloughton. On 27th of March 2019, le had allegedly met with the undercover law enforcement officers at a hotel in Norwood in order to exchange $200,000 worth of Bitcoin for cash. After the transaction, Le was arrested after he transferred the Bitcoin to the agents.
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