Fox 40 WICZ, 10/13/2014 (Updated 10:55:13 PM) Binghamton is the ninth most dangerous city in New York State, this according to mylife.com. The site used FBI statistics such as law enforcement per capita, violent crimes per capita, and registered sex offenders per capita. According to those numbers Binghamton's crime rate rose by nearly 29 percent from 2012 to 2013. The city also ranked sixth in the state in property crime. Binghamton NY has become a major hub for trafficking heroin out of New York City.
‘Black Thug Macballer’ Club 17 Shut Down After 14 Bloods Street Gang Members Charged in Federal Felony Complaint Drug Trafficking at old AMP Bar 348 Clinton St Binghamton NY. Binghamton City Court Judge has granted the city’s petition for the immediate lockdown of the 17 East nightclub, on Cinton Sreet in the spring of 2014. Club 17 East was a focus of a drug ring investigation that led to the arrests of 14 “Macballer” bloods gang members on March 26th. Club 17 East has been a key location for illegal gambling and drug activities, and the site of multiple shootings, according to police.
“Bloods Street Gang set The MacBallers” take down, Federal Search Warrants were executed at nine locations in the Binghamton, New York area in the Spring of 2014, including Club17 East the old AMP Bar & Grill at 348 Clinton St Binghamton NY. AMP’s Bar was the palce to go in the 60′s, 70s and the 80s if you went to Broome Community College. There was a time in the 70s & 80s when the cooks at Sharkey’s Bar would go to AMP’s Bar on Clinton Street (now just a memory). AMP’s had some of the best spiedies in the area, and Lupo’s & the Spiedie & Rib Pit are mere echoes of the better spiedies to be found in this area. Now black thug drug dealers out of NYC have taken over the place and it appears the City of Binghamton NY.
The federal felony complaint charges that starting in September 2009 and continuing up to the present, members and associates of the MacBallers set of the Bloods street gang operated in Binghamton, New York and were responsible for distributing large quantities of controlled substances including cocaine base (crack cocaine), powder cocaine, heroin, and marijuana in the greater Binghamton area. The complaint also charges that MacBaller members utilized rental vehicles and rental apartments to facilitate their drug trafficking conspiracy in order to cook, package, store, and transport controlled substances; utilized prepaid cellular telephones to contact drug customers and gang associates, both affiliated and unaffiliated to the MacBallers, in order to distribute controlled substances; engaged in gang meetings at various locations in the Binghamton area; and utilized firearms including handguns to commit assaults and shootings and to threaten others in furtherance of the MacBallers’ drug trafficking conspiracy.
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com