May 19, 2024


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CA motorcycle club president charged with being ‘large scale’ cocaine and heroin dealer

SACRAMENTO — The president of a Sacramento branch of a motorcycle club is a lead defendant in three federal cases accusing him of distributing cocaine, crack and heroin by the kilogram, court records show.

Tyrone Anderson, 40, was charged in three dockets with conspiracy and distribution of the three drugs, along with a total of more than a dozen co-defendants. In the complaint, a DEA agent alleges that the defendants sold drugs in the Sacramento area as well as Solano County and describe Anderson as “a large-scale cocaine, cocaine base, and heroin dealer who partnered and agreed with multiple individuals to operate and profit from his drug trafficking organizations.”

In addition to Anderson, federal prosecutors in Sacramento charged: Wilmer Harden, Maurice Bryant, Charles Carter, Bobby Conner, Jerome Adams, Dwight Haney, Arlington Caine, Mark Martin, Alex White, Andre Hellams, Jason Tolbert, Michael Hampton, Yovanny Ontiveros, and a 15th person whose name has been redacted from court records but is referred to as a Crips gang member living in Sacramento.

The investigation started with a tip from a confidential informant that White was operating his North Highlands residence as a “crack house distribution point” for Anderson, according to the DEA. It included a wiretap of multiple phones and surveillance of residences in Sacramento County and Vallejo.

The charging records say Anderson is the president of the All in Brothas Motorcycle Club. During a party at the club’s North Highlands warehouse in July 2020, Anderson delivered nine ounces of cocaine powder to Tolbert for $7,400, according to the criminal complaint.

In 2018, authorities intercepted text messages that indicated Anderson planned to sell four kilograms of cocaine to “Uncle Mike,” later identified as Hampton, for $27,000. Vallejo police later served a search warrant at Hampton’s home in the city’s upscale Hiddenbrooke neighborhood, but his wife informed police Det. Mat Mustard that Hampton was at another of his properties in San Francisco. Authorities found a revolver in the home that Hampton later admitted was his, the criminal complaint alleges.

The case is still in its early stages. On May 21, U.S. Magistrate Judge Carolyn Delaney signed a document ordering Anderson detained in the Sacramento jail while the charges are pending, court records show.