An associate of rapper French Montana is being held without bail in New Haven, Connecticut and is being accused of leading the Tre Bloods Gang after being arrested in the largest gang sweep in the state’s history.
The New Haven Independent reports that federal prosecutors have accused the Jameel “Biggs” Wilkes of being the leader of the Tre Bloods gang, which operates in the Dwight-Kensington neighborhood of New Haven.
Authorities accused Jameel “Biggs” Wilkes of running the Tre Bloods, in addition to another gang, The Klean Up Krew.
The Klean Up Krew dropped a video with French Montana in 2010 titled “Addicted To Money,” that authorities claim was recorded in an impoverished neighborhood Biggs and the Tre Bloods allegedly controlled.
Rapper Weily Don, 22, of New Haven, who is featured in the video with French Montana, was also arrested in the raid.