The so-called enforcer for an Indianapolis motorcycle club has been sentenced to more than six years in prison on drug and firearms charges.
Jackie "Little Jack" Craft, 38, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and possession of a stolen firearm in exchange for a 78-month sentence.
As a member of the Sons of Silence Motorcycle Club's Indianapolis chapter, Craft admitted to distributing methamphetamine and confronting drug customers with a club to collect debts.
When the FBI arrested Craft in a raid on the club's headquarters in August 2011, he tried to hide a stolen handgun that was later found to be an Indianapolis police service weapon stolen from an officer's squad car.
Craft will also spend four years on probation, including submitting to random drug tests, and cannot associate with members of the motorcycle club.
"Our office is committed to eliminating organized crime here in Indianapolis," U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett said in a news release. "We will continue to be aggressive in prosecuting anyone found to be engaged in the deadly business of drugs and violence."
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