A federal grand jury in Pittsburgh has handed down more charges against two dozen suspected members and associates of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Pagans Motorcycle Club who are accused of dealing cocaine and heroin, the U.S. Attorney General in Pittsburgh said Friday.
That investigation began in August 2018 and included the use of wiretaps on Pagan members, prosecutors said. The December raid by some 300 law enforcement members and seven special tactical teams of 11 locations, including the Pagans’ clubhouse in McKees Rocks, yielded a large amount of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and fentanyl, as well as $28,000 in cash and 10 Rolex watches.
In the indictment unsealed on Friday, these suspects were charged with two conspiracy counts in which they allegedly conspired to deal more than 500 grams of cocaine.
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