Crips East Terrance Gangstas members indicted on cocaine, gun-related charges
SAN ANTONIO —
San Antonio Crips East Terrance Gangstas ringleader Alvin Clark, also known as “Ray Ray”, and two others face federal narcotics charges stemming from an arrest made back on November 17.
James Bilal Ali, 35, and 21-year-old Dai’Vonte E’Shaun Titus Ross are charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. Ross is also charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine and one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.
Federal and state authorities arrested the three men after an indictment claimed they were involved in a crack cocaine distribution scheme. According to the press release, Clark was in possession of a 12-gauge shotgun and a 9 mm pistol while Ali was in possession of a 9 mm pistol at the time of their arrest last year. Ross was in possession of 28 grams of crack cocaine as well as a 9 mm pistol, .45 pistol, .22 rifle and a 12-gauge shotgun.
Ross faces up to 40 years in a federal prison for the drug charge alone with another possible 5 years for the gun charge. Clark and Ali are looking at up to 10 years for their gun charge.
Their trial begins on July 30.