Six men - at least three who police say are members of the Black Guerilla Family - were indicted last week in federal court on robbery charges. They didn't commit a robbery, but were caught in recorded conversations with a government source planning and preparing to carry one out, according to court records.
In the documents, police write that the cost of cocaine is currently "high," at $40,000 per kilogram wholesale. Johnson was allegedly recorded saying, "This s--t right here [a robbery of a drug trafficker] make[s] my day ... this my line of work [robbing drug dealers] ... that's why I'm pretty sure he pulled in the n-----s he pulled in."
Eight days later, the men, along with Trusty, got into a car and headed to the hotel where the robbery was to occur. Lying in wait were federal agents. According to court documents, Johnson was carrying latex gloves and a ski mask, and Davis had two gloves and a black mask. Proctor had a black stocking cap with a loaded .22 caliber pistol.