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Saturday, April 10, 2021

Police Seize $1.7B Worth of Cocaine


According to reports, police in Belgium noted they seized 28 tons of cocaine after they were able to gain access to an encrypted phone network used by dealers. The estimated value of the amount of cocaine seized reportedly came out to 1.4 billion euros, equal to almost $1.75 billion USD.

The Belgian Federal Police issued a statement on the matter earlier this week, said that police seized almost 28 tons of cocaine from the port of Antwerp. One of the shipments found reportedly contained 11 tons of cocaine and was shipped overnight from April 2 into the 3rd.

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Did the CIA Actually Sell Crack?


The rumors have circulated for decades. Did the CIA flood the inner cities of the US with crack cocaine in the 1980s? Was the American government actually responsible for the crack epidemic?

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Drug Dealer's House Gets Raided Live On Facebook

Breon Hollings is currently behind bars on numerous drug-related charges stemming from the Thursday [June 1] bust. Followers of the 22-year-old dealer got to witness the moment drama unfolded for him, as he smiled in celebration of his earnings. 

Sunday, January 6, 2019

Should The Government Be Held Accountable For Selling Drugs?

In the 70's, the Government helped flood the streets with crack cocaine. Now they make billions off selling marijuana. Should the Government be held accountable just like we are being held for the same incident?

Saturday, January 25, 2014

One Arrested In Drug Raid

One person was arrested in Lima, Ohio after an investigation by the West Central Ohio Crime Task Force into sales of crack cocaine from a Lima residence. The task force, with the aid of the Lima Police Department SWAT team, executed a search warrant at 642 E. Third St., Lima.

During the search, cocaine, drug paraphernalia and two handguns were seized from the residence. Jamy L. Hogue, of Lima, was taken into custody during the search, as well. Hogue is being held at the Allen County Jail pending charges of drug trafficking. Other charges will be considered by the Allen County Grand Jury.

Monday, June 14, 2021

The RZA Confirms Season 2 Of ‘Wu-Tang: An American Saga’

The RZA has confirmed a second season for Wu-Tang: An American Saga. 

The Abbott came bearing good news regarding the Clan’s biographical drama series. In an exclusive interview with HipHopDX he said the show will return this fall. “American Saga will start airing in September,” he revealed. “That story will be complete for the season. Then I’m looking to get back in a director’s chair. I feel like that’s important for me to continue to tell our stories through cinema.” He went on to hint that production is still ongoing. “That’s going to take some time to develop a new script. But I’m having a great time finishing up the new season of American Saga.” 

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Khloe Kardashian Dating Matt Kemp

Rumors are that +Khloe Kardashian may be dating +Matt Kemp. Now +Lamar Odom believes that all while he was desperately trying to save his marriage to Khloe Kardashian, the E! reality starlet was secretly hooking up with Los Angeles Dodges star Matt Kemp.

Lamar feels betrayed because Khloe was telling him she wanted to save the marriage and he was really trying to do so. He was far from the perfect husband, but Lamar genuinely thought there was a chance to save the relationship. Khloe always told Lamar she was only friends with Matt, but friends have been telling him that she had been hooking up with Kemp for months.

Kardashian finally filed for divorce, following months of dogged allegations that her husband since 2009 was addicted to crack cocaine and had cheated on her during the course of their marriage.

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

660K in Fake Adderall Pills Seized


According to reports, a Rhode Island man was arrested after police seized over 660,000 fake Adderall pills filled with Meth. 

Rhode Island reported the seizure as the single largest drug bust of counterfeit Adderall pills in the United States and largest seizure of methamphetamine in New England history.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Bobby Shmurda Pleads Not Guilty

Up-and-coming rapper Bobby Shmurda appeared in a New York City court on Thursday (Dec. 18) to face charges he moonlighted as a gun-toting member of a street gang that was behind several shootings, one fatal, during turf wars over drug trafficking.

Shmurda (real name: Ackquille Pollard) pleaded not guilty and was ordered held on $2 million bail at a hearing in state Supreme Court in Manhattan.

Bobby Shmurda Arrested After Long-Term NYPD Investigation

The Brooklyn-born Pollard is best known for the hit song “Hot Boy.” He also put out a music video that popularized a dance craze called the “Shmoney dance,” and reportedly signed a lucrative record deal.

His attorney, Howard Greenberg, said his client had been falsely accused.

“Does it make sense that he would resort to committing crimes when he has the world in the palm of his hand?” the lawyer said outside court. “It’s ridiculous.”

Police arrested Pollard on conspiracy, reckless endangerment and gun possession on Wednesday after he left a recording studio near Radio City Music Hall in midtown Manhattan. Police found two handguns and a small amount of crack cocaine in a car in which he was riding, authorities said.

Anatomy of a Hit: How Bobby Shmurda’s ‘Hot Boy’ Came to Life

An indictment naming Pollard charges more than 15 defendants with a variety of crimes including murder, attempted murder, assault and drug dealing. Police seized 21 guns during the investigation, 10 of them while making arrests on Wednesday.

The court papers allege that Pollard fired a gun toward a crowd of people outside a barber shop in Brooklyn earlier this year. They also say he was present last year during a confrontation between rival drug gangs outside a Brooklyn courthouse where shots were fired.

The evidence includes several recorded phone conversations, including some between Pollard and gang members serving time on Rikers Island, the indictment says. The gang used code words, referring to firearms as “tone” and “socks,” narcotics as “crills,” and shootings as “sun tan,” it says.

During a conversation on April 28, Pollard bragged, “I am two socks Bobby right now,” the indictment says.

A “Hot Boy” video posted on YouTube in August has been viewed tens of millions of times, and Pollard performed the song for a national television audience this month on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

“My music is straight facts,” Pollard recently told New York magazine. “There are a lot of gangsters in my ‘hood.”

Pollard’s criminal history included two arrests for gun and drug possession, authorities said.

Thursday, March 23, 2023

The Real Story About the Movie "Belly"


As far as the movie Belly, it’s worth a watch and is a cult classic. If you are into movies along the lines of paid in full, blue hill avenue, menace to society, or boys in the hood, go watch it. 

Monday, May 25, 2015

TWUM Talks Lima, Ohio

The Wrap-Up Magazine is a family residence at 742 West Wayne Street in Lima, Ohio. The website brings your worldwide entertainment, new, event, celebrity, news, and more. It is home and music hub to Lima, Ohio producer Gansta Marcus who goes by the stage name of Nieman Marcus. Take a look at news, music, and more out of the city of Lima.

The new Lima, Ohio football stadium will be receiving a new name. The newly renovated Lima Stadium will also be getting a new name, Board of Education members decided. The board members chose the name Spartan Stadium, a name they feel will create even more school pride...More (CLICK HERE)

Monday, May 27, 2019

Freeway Ricky Talks Moving 100 Kilos & 500K Crack Rocks a Day

Freeway Ricky speaks on earning $100K within his first six months of selling drugs by the age of 20, noting that he never planned on making more than $5K. Nonetheless, he admits that he soon got addicted to the lifestyle that the money came with, and soon traveled to Miami after it became too difficult to get product in Los Angeles. 

From there, he recalls going to South Florida with $600K and spending almost all of it on 20 kilos of cocaine, which he soon flipped into a multi-million dollar empire. Additionally, he remembers that at the time his Miami connects encouraged him to go outside the country to buy the drugs at a cheaper price, though he ultimately didn't see the need to make that move considering how much money he was making already.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Inmate Sentences May Be Getting Reduced

This is good news for those of you who have family members locked up in prison. The Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed a sweeping overhaul of the criminal justice system, after a remarkable political shift from Republicans who voted in large numbers to save money by reducing prison sentences, handing a rare bipartisan victory to President Trump.

The First Step Act passed on a vote of 87 to 12, with dozens of Republicans, including longtime holdout Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), joining all 49 members of the Democratic caucus to approve legislation that even some GOP supporters fear could leave them vulnerable to charges of being soft on crime.


“This will keep our communities safer, and provide hope and a second chance, to those who earn it,” he wrote on Twitter. “In addition to everything else, billions of dollars will be saved. I look forward to signing this into law!”

The product of years of negotiations, the legislation represents a major pivot for the GOP, which decades ago embraced a law-and-order rallying cry and war on drugs campaign as crucial to winning votes. But as crime rates have dropped and states have pursued cost-effective ways to cut the prison population, Congress has favored changes to the system, with GOP lawmakers arguing for rehabilitating some offenders rather than longtime incarceration.

The bill would revise several sentencing laws, such as reducing the “three strikes” penalty for drug felonies from life behind bars to 25 years and retroactively limiting the disparity in sentencing guidelines between crack and powder cocaine offenses. The latter would affect about 2,000 current federal inmates.

It also overhauls the federal prison system to help inmates earn reduced sentences and lower recidivism rates. A different version passed the House this year, so the House would have to pass the latest draft before it can be sent to Trump for his signature. The House is expected to endorse that bill when it comes up for a likely vote later this week, and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) has expressed support for the legislation.

The bill, which does not cover state jails and prisons, would through reductions in sentencing do the equivalent of shaving a collective 53,000 years off the sentences of federal inmates over the next 10 years , according to the Congressional Budget Office — though some advocacy groups dispute this figure. There were about 181,000 federal inmates as of Dec. 13, according to the Bureau of Prisons.

The bill received a major boost last month when Trump endorsed it as “reasonable sentencing reforms while keeping dangerous and violent criminals off our streets.” His thinking was heavily influenced by his son-in-law and White House adviser Jared Kushner, who has long advocated sentencing restructuring and marshaled endorsements of the bill from a diverse coalition including law enforcement, and the American Civil Liberties Union.

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Monday, September 30, 2019

Fentanyl Overdoses Rise In Ohio

The surge in overdose deaths prompted Franklin County officials to urge locals to carry naloxone — an overdose reversal drug — on them at all times in the event someone around them overdoses on opioids.

At least 10 people died of drug overdoses in a just over a one-day span in Ohio. "At this time we know fentanyl can be mixed into cocaine and methamphetamine. These can be deadly combinations for those who are using."

While Ohio often sees some of the highest overdose deaths, the opioid epidemic continues to plague much of the U.S. In 2017, Ohio had the second-highest opioid overdose rate in the country, with a reported 4,293 deaths.

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