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IN UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
PRESENTENCE INVESTIGATION REPORT
Vs.
Black BrownDocket No. CR 86-o4o-78-ZNK

Prepared for:The Honorable Larro D. Oliphant
U.S. District Judge

Prepared by:Nacolia R. Edwards
U.S. Probation Officer
Detroit, MI 48264
(313) 708-4467

Assistant U.S. AttorneyDefense Counsel
Mr. Sean CarterMr. Ricky Ross
United States Courthouse101 Jefferson Street
Detroit, MI 48264Detroit, MI 48264
(313) 468-2112(313) 978-8672

Sentence Date:April 17, 2009

Offense:Count one: Conspiracy to distribute 5 kilos of crack cocaine in
Violation of Title 21, U.S.C. 841(a) and (b)
Count two: Knowingly, intentionally and unlawfully distributing
Violation of 21 U.S.C. 841(a) and (b)
Release Status:Detained without bail

Detainers: None

Codefendants:Frank White-CR 86-977-51

Related Cases:None

Date Report Prepared:3/15/08Date Report Revised: 3/4/08

Identifying Data:

Date of Birth: 11/26/86
Age:22
Race:African American
Sex:Male
S.S.#: 777-93-1111
F.B.I. #:923-88-3461
U.S.M. #:95655-814

Education:Diploma
Dependents:Zero
Citizenship: U.S.

Legal Address:20538 Joy Rd.
Detroit, MI 48228

Aliases:None

Part A. The Offense

Charges and Convictions

1.
Black Brown was sentence after pleading guilty to conspiracy to distribute 5 kilos Cocaine base, in violation of Title 21, United States Code, Sections 841(a) (1) and (b) (1) (B), and to distribution of 5 kilos of cocaine base, in violation of Title 21, United States Code, Sections 841(a) and (b).The grand jury charged Black Brown and his co-defendant Frank White, who is not defended in this presentencing investigation report. Frank White is also involved in his own case with prior charges separate from the defendant Black Brown. Specifically, Black Brown and his Co-defendant were charged in Count One with conspiracy to “distribute 5 kilos of a mixture and substance containing a detectable amount of cocaine base. 2. Count Two pertained only to codefendant Frank White. Count Three charged Black Brown with “knowingly, intentionally, and unlawfully distributing 5 kilos of a mixture and substance containing a large amount of cocaine base” on about November 14, 2008, a Violation of 21 U.S.C. 841(a) and (b).

The offence Conduct
3. This case was initiated by the Drug Enforcement Administration in February and March 2008, Brown and co-defendant Frank White was being investigated for drug trafficking. 4. On February 9th 2008 the investigation of Black Brown started. Brown was spotted arriving at 20538 Chicago Street in a suburban neighborhood where he lived, according to an Under Cover Agent that has been associated with Brown for several months. As Brown pulled in the driveway of his home he and co-defendant Frank White was getting out a 2008 Benz z7k, while both carrying black Nike book bags to the house. When Brown and White entered the house in plain view Brown starting unloading the black Nike book bags of money on the table which appeared to be the kitchen. White then unloaded his book bag, which he pulled out five kilos of crack cocaine onto the table. At this time it was also visual that Brown was counting the money and having a fluent conversation with White. White then stacked up the five kilos of crack cocaine and headed to another part of the house. White returns to the front of the home and picks up the book bag while talking to Brown, Brown then takes the money and puts in a shoe box that was already on the table when Brown and White first arrived to at the house. 5. According to our U.C.A., better known as Duke, when under cover. Duke has a confidential informant that knows Frank White who turned Duke on to Brown. The U.C.A. became friends with Brown to get him comfortable with...
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