White House Market Vendor "TrueNextDay" Imprisoned

~2 min read | Published on 2023-09-12, tagged Darkweb-VendorSentenced using 426 words.

A Missouri man was sentenced to 120 months in prison for distributing a variety of drugs through the dark web.
According to court documents, Andrew Mitchell, 45, was sentenced after he admitted to selling heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, and 1,4 Butandediol through the "TrueNextDay" vendor profile on White House Market.

A botltle of 1,4 Butandediol (BDO)

The sentencing stemmed from an investigation launched into TrueNextDay by the FBI in May 2021.
On June 3, 2021, a business owner reported that a package containing a crystal-like substance had been returned to his address under a fictitious name. After testing the substance, the investigators established that it was 28.45 grams of methamphetamine. The investigators later found out that the IP address used to track the package had been assigned to Mitchell.
While reviewing Truenextday's profile in early July, the investigating agent reportedly came across an updates section where Mitchell's address had been listed as "Andrew Mitchell, 632 E.Kerr St. Springfield, MO 65803" under a post titled "6-30 SHIPPING DELAY UPDATE."
Between May and September, the CBP intercepted several packages destined for Mitchell's residence. One of the packages seized on September 12 had been shipped from Poland and contained six bottles carrying a clear liquid. Tests revealed that the package contained more than 6 kilograms of 1,4-butanediol.
On October 7, the investigators made a controlled delivery of a package intercepted by the CBP on September 24. The package contained bottles labeled 1,4 Butanediol. The investigators knocked and left the package on the front porch of Mitchell's residence. Mitchell came out of the house and asked the inspector if he had another package for him. He thanked the inspector for the delivery and carried the delivered package into the house.
A few minutes later, the investigators executed a search warrant at the residence. They found the five 1,4-butanediol bottles in Mitchell's bedroom where they also found a Glock handgun in a locked safe. Mitchell was logged in to the TrueNextDay vendor profile on a computer found in his bedroom.
When questioned, Mitchell confessed and gave the investigators the passwords to his cryptocurrency wallets. The investigators seized 17.617213 Monero, 0.22118731 Ethereum, 1.0043 Polkadot, 0.00022752 Bitcoin, and 10,202 Dogecoin. The investigators also seized $1,120 in cash.
Mitchel was charged with several drug trafficking offenses in a six-count indictment. He pleaded guilty to one count each of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance analogue and being a felon in possession of a firearm in November 2022.
On September 7, 2023, Judge Douglas Harpool sentenced Mitchell to 10 years in federal prison. The sentence will be followed by three years of supervised release.

Comments (16)


"The investigators later found out that the IP address used to track the package had been assigned to Mitchell." why does this not make sense to me? mail packages are assigned an IP address?

fuck 122023-09-16

if you google the tracking number it obviously keeps a log of your IP. Informed Delivery probably isn't safe.


The guy connected to the mail/package tracking tool directly from his home or phone internet access


How is that confusing to you? It couldn't be any more clear.


To save some of you the trouble who don't know... Butandediol works essentially like GHB. Date rape type shit... Moreover... How many OPSEC errors can one guy make at once. 😂 ffs


From what i understood he actually had his government name and actually address posted on the DNM? is this why they say not to drink and type?


So you mean to tell me that this guy had his REAL name AND address on his vendor profile... This is by far the most hilarious and dumbest mistake I've ever seen a vendor make in history, and I've been following these types of articles since the deepdotweb days. Mods, please rename this article to "The Funniest Dark Web Vendor That Ever Existed - Comedian TrueNextDay Arrested".


For real I don't like the justice system but that guy needed to wake up


>deepdotweb days Now that takes me back...


His vendor profile showed his address? Thats total bullshit.


It's true. On darknet LE loves stepping on the low hanging turd because it's easy and it sticks.


USPS website keeps a log what IP address requested what tracking number when looked up.


Use 17Track on Tor browser to be safe.


can't believe he checked tracking from his home ip, and had is own address on the marketplace profile, what a tool


Foolish mistake. He should of used a VPN.


He sent naughty items to his home? Whadda dope. Always send curiosities to an empty house, apartment or third-party mark. He tracked them on the open web? Whadda maroon. Vpn guy, VPN. He used his real name? Whadda cretin. At least use some witty, like "Mike Hunt" Perhaps his cellmates will give him a few pointers between the bouts of brutal buggery.