Denver:rolling 30s crip faces drug arrest/broncos slaying?

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Denver:rolling 30s crip faces drug arrest/broncos slaying?

Unread post by Qdawg » July 7th, 2007, 11:53 am

Person of interest in Williams' slaying facing drug charges
Jul 6, 2007

DENVER - A man police consider a person of interest in the fatal shooting of Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams appeared in federal court on drug charges Friday.

Willie Clark, 25, was arrested Thursday and turned over to federal authorities after completion of his state sentence on a parole violation.

He has been in custody since Jan. 5, days after Williams, 24, was shot in the neck and two other people were wounded as they were riding away from a New Year's Eve party at a Denver nightclub in a stretch Hummer limousine.

An arrest affidavit released Friday alleges Clark worked for a gang-linked drug organization run by Brian Hicks, the registered owner of the sport utility vehicle that authorities believe was used in the Williams' slaying.

Hicks was in jail awaiting trial on attempted murder charges when Williams was killed.

Police have said they hoped Clark could provide information to help find Williams' killer but haven't released any details about why. Spokesman John White said Friday that Denver police aren't involved in the federal drug case against Clark.

Clark, who appeared without a lawyer, was advised he was facing charges of distribution and possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute.

He was returned to the custody of U.S. marshals and was due in court again on Wednesday for a detention hearing.

Clark's former attorney, the late Michael Andre, previously said Clark has no information about the shooting.

Clark was sentenced in February to 180 days in prison after authorities said Clark had been living in a different house than the one listed in his parole agreement. He was paroled last July after serving a prison sentence for a 2002 vehicle theft and assault.

According to the affidavit, investigators believe Hicks is the leader of a subset of the Rolling 30s Crip gang which has engaged in large-scale cocaine and crack trafficking, gun trafficking, drive-by shootings and home invasions. They allege the gang, investigated between August 2005 and June 2007 by the Metro Gang Task Force, is linked to about 11 unsolved slayings.

In April, 72 people linked to the gang were arrested on federal drug and gun charges.

Clark, nicknamed "Little Let", was an up-and-coming member of Hick's drug operation, allegedly living in and running a drug operation in a Denver duplex, the affidavit siad.

After Clark was arrested soon after the Williams' slaying, Hicks allegedly called a woman from the Denver jail and said he was worried Clark might feel abandoned and "say something stupid". Investigators believe Hicks was concerned Clark might reveal information to police about the drug operation.

According to the affidavit, Hicks asked the woman to send another woman named Jessica to see Clark in jail.

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Re: Denver:rolling 30s crip faces drug arrest/broncos slayin

Unread post by alexalonso » May 1st, 2012, 10:05 am

In the 5 points area of Denver, they have Rollin 30s Crips, but they also have streets in the 30s there I believe.

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Unread post by andrew » February 14th, 2014, 8:34 pm

i doubt the 30s live in 5 points anymore......not like for 20 yrs lol

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Unread post by drifter562 » November 11th, 2014, 2:35 pm

Andrew is trippin yo look how you said i dont beleive well believe that shit bro and like alex said they're hood is on number streets from 30's and up in the curtis park/five points /(park hill although there know for bloods) neighborhoods theres also other parts of denver is the deepest crip set and has made noise for a long time they got a bunch of sub sets that are called Trey O Trey Duece Trey Tray etc and was started by Rollin 30's Harlem Crips in Eastside Denver They made noise when they were robbing downtown denver patrons and selling the the tapes in the swapmeets and at liqour stores of robberys and some more shit they made noise when the og who founded the 30's crips in Denver was smoked in aurora they burned down a whole plaza on holly and martin luther king which is Parkhill Bloods heart of their neighborhood they made noise when they killed that footbal player that played in the broncos the list goes on

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Re: Denver:rolling 30s crip faces drug arrest/broncos slayin

Unread post by alexalonso » December 28th, 2014, 1:59 am

the car that was used in the shooting belonged to a guy named Brian Hicks who was already in jail facing drug charges and ordering a killing of a female witness.

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Unread post by andrew » September 2nd, 2015, 12:17 am

drifter562 wrote:Andrew is trippin yo look how you said i dont beleive well believe that shit bro and like alex said they're hood is on number streets from 30's and up in the curtis park/five points /(park hill although there know for bloods) neighborhoods theres also other parts of denver is the deepest crip set and has made noise for a long time they got a bunch of sub sets that are called Trey O Trey Duece Trey Tray etc and was started by Rollin 30's Harlem Crips in Eastside Denver They made noise when they were robbing downtown denver patrons and selling the the tapes in the swapmeets and at liqour stores of robberys and some more shit they made noise when the og who founded the 30's crips in Denver was smoked in aurora they burned down a whole plaza on holly and martin luther king which is Parkhill Bloods heart of their neighborhood they made noise when they killed that footbal player that played in the broncos the list goes on
this dude is trippin......rollin 30s are active for a black gang but barely holdin on to their neighborhood which is all mexican, and close you get to 5 points its turning all white

now they just kinda floatin all over the place......they used to be deep as hell all over curtis park......now you never really see them out like they used to be all lined up in the street

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Re: Denver:rolling 30s crip faces drug arrest/broncos slaying?

Unread post by TomTom » April 19th, 2017, 7:03 pm

So does the Tray-Tray Gangster Crips have any ties to the LA Harlem 30's? I keep hearing conflicting information on this..I got a homebody in Denver and him and his brother say they are connected to the Harlem 30's.. Other people say they aren't..

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