Feds Say Native Mob Gang Dented But Work RemainsFederal prosecutors say they've weakened a violent American Indian gang known for terrorizing people in the Upper Midwest now that an alleged leader and two members have been convicted in one of the largest gang cases to come out of Indian Country.
3 Convicted In Indian Gang Trial A federal jury reached a verdict Tuesday in the case involving three alleged members of an American Indian gang accused of running a criminal enterprise that terrorized people in the Upper Midwest.
Prosecutor: 'Native Mob' Gang Used ViolenceJurors are hearing closing arguments in the racketeering trial of three members of an American Indian gang known for terrorizing people in the Upper Midwest.
American Indian Gang Trio Face Racketeering Trial Three members of a violent American Indian gang known for terrorizing people from the Twin Cities to reservations in greater Minnesota, Wisconsin and beyond went on trial Tuesday in what authorities call one of the largest gang cases to come out of Indian Country.
American Indian Gang Trio Face Racketeering TrialThree members of a violent American Indian gang are facing trial in what prosecutors say is one of the largest gang cases to come out of Indian Country.
US Marshals Seek 3 At-Large Native Mob Members The U.S. Marshals Service in Minnesota is asking for the public's help to find three suspected members of the Native Mob gang who are at large.
Officials: Native Mob Arrests Hit Violent Gang Members of the Native Mob gang have shot rivals in Minneapolis, sold drugs in Duluth, and thrown boiling water in a person's face in Crow Wing County. Authorities say they've also assaulted an informant on the White Earth Indian Reservation and shot up houses from Cass Lake to Mille Lacs.
6 Plead Not Guilty In 'Native Mob' IndictmentSix individuals indicted for alleged connections with organized crime have pleaded not guilty to charges filed against them.
DOJ Indicts 24 Alleged Members Of 'Native Mob'An indictment was unsealed by the U.S. Department of Justice, alleging an extensive crime ring connected with a number of Minnesotans.