Three men sold more than $100,000 worth of anabolic steroids on Alphabay, Dream, and other darkweb marketplaces, according to a four-count indictment unveiled by U.S. Attorneys in Ohio.
Alleged Dream Vendor "BerlinMannschaft" Faces 126 Drug Charges
A 33-year-old Dutchman allegedly shipped at least 3,400 packages of drugs to customers in different countries through the Dream Market darkweb marketplace, according to to public prosecutor’s office. Prosecutors have accused the man of selling meth, ecstasy, amphetamine, cocaine, and many other drugs on Dream and earning more than $600,000 through his drug trafficking operation.
Four Guilty Pleas Entered in Darkweb Drug Trafficking/Murder Case
Four defendants pleaded guilty to committing a variety of crimes in connection with a massive counterfeit Xanax conspiracy in Georgia that included drug production, darkweb drug trafficking, and an alleged homicide.
California Man Heads to Prison for Darkweb Meth Sales
A 65-year-old from California, the elder of a father-son crew behind three darkweb vendor accounts, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a methamphetamine trafficking operation.
Wisconsin Man Admits Selling MDMA on the Darkweb
A Wisconsin man pleaded guilty in Federal court to possession with intent to distribute a variety of drugs through Alphabay, Hansa, Dream Market, and several other darkweb marketplaces. He admitted selling more than $1.5 million worth of drugs over the course of his career.
North Carolina Woman Suspected of Selling Pills on the Darkweb
Homeland Security Investigations and the United States Postal Inspection Service are investigating a North Carolina woman for drug crimes likely linked to the darkweb. Investigators seized a package of pills headed addressed to the suspect. After searching the suspect’s house, they found hundreds of USPS packages and thousands of pills.
Convicted Xanax Vendor "Lost" Keys to Cryptocurrency Wallets
Googleplex, a manufacturer and distributor of counterfeit alprazolam pills (Xanax), told the court he did not know how to access his cryptocurrency wallets. According to the court, the vendor has repeatedly refused to help the government recover the assets stored in at least ten cryptocurrency wallets.
Utah Man Convicted of Drug Trafficking Under the "Pharma-Master" Alphabay Account
A federal jury in Utah returned guilty verdicts for 12 of the 13 counts in an indictment against Aaron Shamo for his role as the leader of a massive darkweb drug trafficking conspiracy. The jury ruled that Shamo–using the vendor account Pharma-Master–had shipped counterfeit oxycodone and counterfeit Xanax pills to buyers in all 50 States.