August 27, 2020 – Chicago street gang boss Lawrence (Big Law) Loggins was murdered as a result of missing drugs sent to him by a Mexican cartel, according to new court filings. Loggins, 46, led the Black Disciples gang and was gunned down behind the wheel of his car outside his Englewood neighborhood home on February 6, 2019 on the city’s Southside.
According to the feds, Loggins seized power in the gang in the late 2000s after getting out of a prison sentence for murder. His murder sent shock waves through the Windy City underworld. The Black Disciples is one of Chicago’s oldest and most prominent and feared street gangs.
Close to two dozen Black Disciples, including the gang’s current reputed boss Darnell (Murder) McMiller and its reputed top advisor and supply lieutenant, Kenny (Heat) Brown, were indicted by the feds last month for narcotics and gun trafficking. The 59-year old Brown, who was with Loggins when he was killed, confided to a wired-up informant in the case that Loggins was slain because a large shipment of cocaine Loggins and Brown received from Mexico’s notorious Gulf Cartel in the weeks preceding his murder disappeared.
Brown told the unnamed informant he personally recovered a part of the missing package and repaid the Gulf Cartel $450,000. The informant claims Brown actually calls shots for the Black Disciples gang – voted into the post in the days following Loggins’ slaying and Miller is merely a front boss.
Loggins’ son Lawrence (Lil’ Law) Lee allegedly runs the Black Disciples “Lamron” crew from his prison cell. Lee is doing time for an attempted murder conviction and will be eligible for parole in 2022. Rapper Chief Keef is affiliated with the gang’s Lamron faction.
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