This episode explores the cases of three Lethal Beauties: Rosalie Garcia, Sandra Beltran, and Beatriz Henao. Garcia, AKA "Shorty," was the head of a deadly... Read More
This episode follows Anthony Shea, one of the most prolific bank and armored truck robbers, and his "no name" gang out of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Responsible... Read More
This episode explores the case of The Queenpin--Jemeker Thompson. Thompson rose to the top of the cocaine trade during the peak of the 1980's crack epidemic... Read More
This episode of features the case of 'Q', the Motor City connect. In the shadows of a broken city, Quasand Lewis made millions by way of a complex drug trafficking... Read More
This episode features Dana Bostic and his Chicago gang, The New Breeds. Bostic, known as "Bird," came of age on Chicago's tough west side. He grew up slinging... Read More
In a decade long criminal run, the Cutt Boyz used violence to control the drug trade within the B.W. Cooper Housing Complex in New Orleans. Washington became... Read More
This episode follows the story of Salvador Magluta and Augusto Falcon, a pair of powerboat racers in Miami who allegedly moved more illegal narcotics than just... Read More
Tied as a boy to Mr. Untouchable, heroin kingpin Nicky Barnes, Pistol Pete came up in the game, growing up in the Soundview projects of the Bronx. In the mist... Read More
This episode focuses on the gangster of suburbia who led a double life, Alejandro Corredor. He seemed like an average family man living in the small town of... Read More
This episode explores the gangland matriarch Maria "Chata" Leon and the criminal underworld created by her murderous brood of gangbanger children. Leaders of... Read More
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Clarence Heatley and his "Preacher Crew" extorted, kidnapped and even killed to gain notoriety on the streets of the Bronx and Harlem.
"Pot Princess of Beverly Hills" Lisette Lee lived a mysterious life of privilege and luxury—all the while falsely claiming to be an heiress to the Samsung corporation—until her arrest for narcotics trafficking in 2010.
Carlos Lehder, Medellin Cartel member and self-proclaimed Nazi, revolutionized the cocaine business by taking over an island in the Bahamas and using it as a way station between Colombia and the United States.
Bartolome Moya, known as the "Shadow Kingpin," and his chief enforcer, Andre Paige, led a deadly narcotics and extortion racket in New York City until the law caught up with them.