September 16, 2019 – The feds scored a clean sweep last week in Chicago, as Four Corner Hustlers street gang lieutenant Stevon (Tito) Sims pleaded guilty to racketeering and drug charges, concluding the first phase of the government’s assault on the notoriously lethal drug crew based on the Windy City’s west and southwest sides.
Next up: Bro Man and a half-dozen murders to solve.
The 29-year old Sims is the last of six Four Corner Hustlers who were slated to go to trial this month to cop a plea in the case and avoid a jury. He’ll do between two and three years in prison for his second narcotics-trafficking conviction in the past three years. All the co-defendants scheduled to start trial on September 17 have accepted plea deals since July. They will all be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Thomas Durkin in October.
Well-known Windy City mob attorney Joe (The Shark) Lopez represents Sims. Authorities paint Sims as a section leader in the Four Corner Hustlers, responsible for drug business on the 3900 block of West Lexington and reporting directly to Four Corner Hustlers boss LaBar (Bro Man) Spann.
Come January, Spann and two of his reputed enforcers, Tremayne (Scarface Trigga) Thompson and Juhwun (Flair) Foster are headed to trial for six gangland homicides from the early 2000s. Per news reports out of the Chicago press back in the summer, the feds are actively probing three killings from 2012 also possibly linked to the ”4s.” Spann’s second in command, Sam (Sammie the Bug) Booker flipped in the spring and will be the star witness against Spann, Thompson and Foster at their trial.
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