Black Guerilla Family gang member gets nearly 27-year sentence in racketeering and conspiracy case
2:45 PM, Jun 7, 2018
BALTIMORE - A member of the Black Guerilla Family's Greenmount Avenue Regime was sentenced Wednesday to 321 months, or 26.75 years, in prison for his role in the gang's violent racketeering and conspiracy enterprise.
The court found it appropriate that David Albert Hunter, also known as "Lil Dave" or "Dave," should receive a 33-year sentence, but gave him credit for already serving 6.25 years on three related cases.
According to his plea agreement, the 31 year old from Baltimore admitted to shooting and killing Henry Mills in the 2400 block of Greenmount Avenue on June 14, 2011. He was congratulated by his fellow gang members for the slaying. Hunter also said he sold drugs for BGF.
During a roughly two-month jury trial against Hunter and his co-defendants Gerald Johns, Kenneth Jones, and Marquise McCants, prosecutors said Hunter shot and killed Dante Jordan on July 22, 2005 in the 200 block of E. 22nd Street.
The following co-defendants have all previously pleaded guilty to conspiring to violate federal racketeering and drug trafficking laws as members of the BGF:
Joseph Laurence Bonds, a/k/a/ Joe, a/k/a Yo Gotti, age 36;
Wesley Jamal Brown, a/k/a Shike White, a/k/a Wes, age 25;
Kenneth Lee Faison, a/k/a Roscoe, age 28;
Norman Tyrone Handy, a/k/a Lil Norm, a/k/a Norm, age 23;
Montel Harvey, a/k/a Telly, a/k/a Telephone, a/k/a Big Head, age 26;