A California darkweb vendor was sentenced to five years in prison for selling methamphetamine on the darkweb after pleading guilty to related charges earlier this year. The man admitted selling methamphetamine through darkweb vendor accounts on Dream Market, Empire Market, and SilkRoad 3.1 under the alias “DrFrosty.”
Swedish Man Charged for Selling Cannabis on the Dark Web
Tucson Man Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Darkweb Drug Trafficking
A dark web drug vendor from Tucson, Arizona, is set to spend the next 10 years behind bars after pleading guilty to possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute. The vendor reportedly operated from a trailer from 2013 to late 2015. He mailed drug packages to all parts of the united states and like other vendors, accepted payments in bitcoin.
San Diego Darkweb Drug Vendors Plead Guilty to Money Laundering
A San Diego duo on September 30 admitted to a federal court that they conspired to launder proceeds they acquired from selling drugs on the dark web. The defendants reportedly run an unlicensed bitcoin for cash only exchange and used it to launder drug trafficking profits.
Some Darkweb Vendors Are Concerned About New USPS Rules
Darkweb vendors have issued warnings to other vendors and members of darkweb forums about upcoming changes to the United States Postal Service’s Aviation Mail Security initiative that prohibit certain packages from entering the mail steam through Blue Boxes and Post Office mail slots.
Australian Couple Imprisoned for Running a Darkweb Drug Trafficking Operation
An Australian couple that pleaded guilty to dark web drug trafficking has been sentenced to a total of 15 years in prison. The Queensland Police believe the couple was running the largest dark web drug trafficking operation in Queensland. The couple reportedly distributed heroin, amphetamine, and marijuana.
Riverside County Man Pleads Guilty to Darkweb Drug Trafficking
A Riverside County man on September 23, 2019, pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges that originated from the theft of physicians’ Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) numbers and dates of birth. The defendant used the stolen information to obtain prescription medications that he then sold on the dark web.
Austrian Couple Arrested for Suspected Darknet Drug Trafficking
The Vienna State Criminal Police Office has announced the arrest of a Vienna couple that allegedly purchased and resold drugs on the darknet. The police believe the couple purchased Ecstasy, amphetamine, methamphetamine and other drugs on the dark web and resold them to buyers from Austria and Germany.