Chicago Drug Dealer Had Clients (Literally) Lined Around the Block

On June 16, James Triplett’s customers stood in line for heroin, in a line that wrapped around the corner of a block in the North Lawndale neighborhood in Chicago, just before the 33-year-old Triplett and many others were arrested for their various roles in orchestrating a massive drug ring. According to MyFoxChicago, 42 people are facing state or federal drug charges for allegedly supplying and distributing heroin in Chicago’s West Side. Triplett, who is known as “Trell,” reportedly led the operation. He is charged with drug conspiracy and could see 10 years in prison, minimum, if he is convicted. Triplett’s customers can be seen waiting to purchase heroin the way some might stand in line for iPhones or sneakers in a photo (shown above) included in a federal criminal complaint related

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