ATLANTA -- Federal authorities announced the indictment of 32 alleged gang members in Georgia on Wednesday.

The indictment alleges that members of the Gangster Disciples committed numerous crimes, including 10 murders, 12 attempted murders, two robberies, the extortion of rap artists to become affiliated with the gang and financial fraud. They are also accused of trafficking drugs including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, illegal prescription drugs and marijuana.

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Those indicted on RICO conspiracy charges:

Shauntay Craig, 37, of Birmingham, Alabama, held the rank of Gangster Disciples “Board Member”.

Vancito Gumbs, 25, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples while at the same time serving as a police officer with the DeKalb County Police Department.

Alonzo Walton, 47, of Atlanta, Georgia, held at different relevant times the positions of governor and governor of governors, the latter position controlling Georgia, Florida, Texas, Indiana, and South Carolina.

Mangwiro Sadiki-Yisrael, 43, of Marietta, Georgia, held at different relevant times the positions of a first coordinator, assistant governor of Georgia, and governor of Georgia.

Kevin Clayton, 43, of Decatur, Georgia, was the chief enforcer for the State of Georgia.

Donald Glass, 26, of Decatur, Georgia, served as a first coordinator of the eastside group of the Gangster Disciples.

Lewis Mobely, 38, of Atlanta, Georgia, was an enforcer.

Vertious Wall, 40, of Marietta, Georgia, was a first coordinator for the Macon Gangster Disciples group.

Adrian Jackson, 37, of San Jose, California, was the national treasurer for the Gangster Disciples.

Terrence Summers, 45, of Birmingham, Alabama, held at different relevant times the positions of governor of Alabama and governor of governors for Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Florida.

Markell White, 43, of Atlanta, Georgia, was a regional leader in Macon.

Ronald McMorris, 34, of Atlanta, Georgia, was first coordinator of the Atlanta group.

Perry Green, 29, of Decatur, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples and acted as enforcer of a Gangster Disciples group.

Dereck Taylor, 29, of Macon, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples and acted as security for a Macon group.

Alvis O’Neal, 37, of Denver, Colorado, was a senior member of and drug trafficker for the Gangster Disciples.

Jeremiah Covington, 32, of Valdosta, Georgia, was a first coordinator for the Valdosta region.

Antonio Ahmad, 33, of Atlanta, Georgia, was the chief of security for the state of Georgia.

Eric Manney, 39, of Atlanta, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples and stored multiple guns at his house.

Quiana Franklin, 33, of Birmingham, Alabama, served as treasurer for the state of Alabama.

Frederick Johnson, 37, of Marietta, Georgia, was a chief enforcer for a Gangster Disciples group.

Charles Wingate, 25, of Conyers, Georgia, was chief of security for a Covington, Georgia, group.

Thomas Pasby, 42, of Cochran, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

Denise Carter, 41, of Detroit, Michigan, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

Carlton King, JR., 25, of Cochran, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

Kelvin Sneed, 26, of Cochran, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

Arrie Freeney, 32, of Detroit, Michigan, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

Myrick Stevens, 26, of Madison, Wisconsin, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

Curtis Thomas, 45, of Cochran, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

Yohori Epps, 36, of Marietta, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

Michael Drummound, 49, of Marietta, Georgia, was a member of the Gangster Disciples.

In addition to the RICO conspiracy:

Defendant Lewis Mobely was charged with committing attempted murder in aid of racketeering and using a firearm during that shooting; possessing cocaine with the intent to distribute it; and possessing a firearm in furtherance of that drug charge.

Defendant Donald Glass was charged with committing a murder in aid of racketeering and using a firearm during that murder.

Defendants Alonzo Walton and Antonio Ahmad were also charged with carjacking. A third defendant, Laderris Dickerson, 45, of Chicago, Illinois, has been charged with the carjacking, but is not charged in the RICO conspiracy.

Defendant James Travis Riley, 35, of Wichita, Kansas¸ has been charged with possessing methamphetamine with the intent to distribute it, but is not charged in the RICO conspiracy.

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