Three recently arrested drug dealers in Massachusetts sold online under the username “EastSideHigh,” evidence revealed during the arrest indicates. The men allegedly sold hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of ecstasy and ketamine.
DOJ: Ohio Man Sold Meth and Heroin on Dream and Empire Market
A Massillon man was indicted for selling heroin, methamphetamine and other drugs over the dark web, as well as on firearms charges and for operating a drug house. This is one of the first cases where Empire Market has been explicitly mentioned in a press release.
DOJ: Darkweb Counterfeiter "WillyCLock" Pleaded Guilty
WillyClock, who counterfeited more than $2 million USD and sold them on the darkweb, pleaded guilty to two counterfeiting charges and one money laundering charge in a Pennsylvania district court.
Student in Amsterdam Arrested for Selling Ecstasy on the Darkweb
On Monday, March 11, the police arrested a 23-year-old student from the city in Amsterdam who is suspected of sending post packages of drugs abroad.
DoJ: Feds Bust Darkweb Vendor "Chemsusa"
According to an announcement by the United States Department of Justice, federal authorities arrested an individual for running the vendor accounts “Chemsusa,” “Chems_usa,” “Chemical_usa,” on Alphabay and Dream Market.
AFP: Another Man Arrested for Role in Drug Importation Scheme
As a part of the ongoing investigation into a network of drug importers in Australia, the Australian Federal Police have arrested a fairly well-known Bitcoin trader for his role in the conspiracy. He allegedly imported more than 30 Kg of various illegal substances.
Leader of Darkweb Fentanyl Operation Sentenced to Prison
A New York judge sentenced Maximillian Sams to more than 17 years in prison for trafficking fentanyl on the darkweb. Sams and his co-conspirators imported fentanyl from China, pressed counterfeit Oxycodone pills, and sold the pills through darkweb marketplaces.
Canadian Drug Vendor Fights to Keep Seized Bitcoin
Ontario’s attorney general is seeking forfeiture of 288 Bitcoins worth about $1.4 million belonging to an online drug dealer who says he should be allowed to keep the half of the digital cash, arguing it was not all used for nefarious purposes.
DoJ: Georgia Man Sent to Prison for Selling Opioids on the Darkweb
U.S. Attorney Andrew Murray announced today that Marcus Lenard Armstrong, 35, of McDonough, Georgia, was sentenced to 120 months in prison and three years of supervised release on drug trafficking conspiracy charges, for buying the deadly synthetic opioid “U-47700” on the dark web using cryptocurrency.
OlympusXans Sentenced to Federal Prison for Drug Distribution
A darkweb drug trafficker from Alabama was sentenced to more than ten years in prison for selling fentanyl, meth, cocaine, and Xanax on the darkweb. The vendor, known as OlympusXans, allegedly sold more than 80,000 counterfeit Xanax pills.