[Editor's Note: A PDF version of the indictment can be viewed at the right.]
A total of 16 individuals from Stamford and Norwalk were arrested and charged with federal offenses Thursday related to the alleged trafficking of firearms, including machine guns, and narcotics following a series of raids executed by the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, the Drug Enforcement Agency and local police, according to a statement released by Tom Carson, spokesman for David B. Fein, U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut. More than 100 firearms have been purchased or seized during the investigation.
According to the indictment, which was returned by a grand jury on May 10, Patrick Uzar 24, of Lafayette Street, Stamford, allegedly acquired firearms from relatives, as well as fellow members and associates of the Stamford Chapter of the Latin Kings, multiple occassions beginning in June 2010, sold the firearms to a third party and distributed some of the sale proceeds to members of the conspiracy. The indictment further alleges that Uzar and others also were involved in the distribution of cocaine and ecstasy.
The following suspects were arrested: Patrick Uzar, aka “Pistol” and “Pepe,” 24, of Lafayette Street, Stamford; Christian Andre Aliaga, aka “Frost,’ 29, of Cove Road, Stamford; James Blackburn, aka “Mar” and “Mars,” 24, incarcerated in state custody; Alfred Brown, aka “Viddy,” 27, incarcerated in state custody; Agustin Crespo, aka “Auggie” and “Warlord,” 34, of Spruce Street, Stamford; John Davis, aka “Silk,” 25, of Haig Avenue, Stamford; Louis Feliciano, aka “Cano,” 25, of Pepper Ridge Road, Stamford; Kevin Goulbourne, aka “Kev,” 38, of Lockwood Avenue, Stamford; Analisa Martinez, aka “Lisa,” 28, of Spruce Street, Stamford; Willie Nieves, aka “Willo” and “Flaco V,” 47, of West Broad Street, Stamford; Jeffrey Nunez, aka “J Free” and “Brother Jeff,” 27, of E. Main Street, Stamford; Rodolfo Revello, aka “Rudy,” 38 of Unity Road, Trumbull; Anthony Uzar, Sr., 49, of Lafayette Street, Stamford; George Uzar, SR., 47, of Granite Drive, Norwalk; Santos Zambrana, aka “Tos,” “Inca” and “Pres,” 24, of Montauk Drive, Stamford.
In addition, Anthony Uzar, Jr., 28, of Frederick Street, Stamford, was arrested Thursday on a federal criminal complaint. He was charged with possession of firearm and ammunition by a previously convicted felon.
The United States Marshals Service, the , the Bridgeport Police Department, the Norwalk Police Department and the Connecticut Department of Correction were also a part of the long-term investigation.
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