Long Island Man Sentenced to More Than 10 Years in Prison for Supplying Heroin to Queens-Based Bloods Gang
For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of New York
Earlier today, at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, Stanley Fuller was sentenced to 10 years and one month in prison following his guilty plea to two separate heroin distribution conspiracies. The sentencing was held before United States District Court Judge Jack B. Weinstein. Fuller pleaded guilty to the charges in April 2019.
Richard P. Donoghue, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, announced the sentencing.
“Fuller had a lucrative business selling lethal heroin to gang members, but ultimately all he earned for his efforts was a significant prison sentence,” stated United States Attorney Donoghue. Mr. Donoghue thanked the Department of Homeland Security, New York, the Drug Enforcement Administration, New York Division, and the New York City Police Department for their outstanding work on the case.
Between April 2013 and July 2015, Fuller supplied large quantities of heroin to a “set” of the Bloods street gang known as the Paper Chasing Goons, or POV City, based in Jamaica, Queens. As part of the government’s investigation, members of law enforcement intercepted numerous telephone conversations with Fuller and gang members discussing heroin sales, demand and prices, as well as the quality of heroin sold under the brand names “Sweet Dreams,” “Pepsi” and “First Take,” and feedback from his distributors about those brands. Fuller distributed heroin to the gangs’ street-level dealers who, in turn, sold the heroin in the vicinity of Liberty Park, a park in South Jamaica.
The government’s case is being handled by the Office’s International Narcotics and Money Laundering Section. Assistant United States Attorneys Alicia N. Washington, Erin Reid and Jonathan Algor are in charge of the prosecution.
STANLEY FULLER (also known as “Webo” and “Morty”)
Valley Stream, New York
E.D.N.Y. Docket Nos. 15-CR-382 (S-2) (JBW) and 19-CR-21 (JBW)
United States Attorney’s Office
Updated October 10, 2019