U.S. Department of Justice
Drug Enforcement Administration
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION Page 1 of 2
BY: Charles E. Jones
AT: Special Agent
San Diego, CA.
February 24, 1995
S/A Judy Gustafson, S/A Robert Tellez
DEBRIEFING OF [INFORMATION BLACK OUT]
DRUG RELATED INFORMATION:
1. On February 23, 1995, S/A's , C. Jones, J. Robertson,
R. Tellez debriefed [INFORMATION
BLACKED OUT] (hereinafter referred
to as the CI) reference the drug trafficking activities of Ricky
BLACKED OUT] (hereinafter referred to as the CI) reference the drug trafficking activities of Ricky
ROSS. The CI related the folowing information.
2. At approximately 11:15 a.m., the CI received a telephone call from Ricky ROSS. ROSS
told the CI that he would be arriving in San Diego (from Los Angeles) in one and one-half
hours. The CI telephonically contacted S/A Tellez
to notify him of the meeting.
3. At approximately 12:54 p.m., the CI met with Ricky ROSS, Leroy BROWN and a third
unidentified black male at the "Popeyes" restaurant in San Diego, California. (reference
DEA-6 dated February 27, 1995 S/A Gustafson entitled, "Surveillance of Undercover
Meeting on February 24, 1995").
4. Following the undercover meeting the CI was debriefed at the San Diego Divisional
Office. The CI stated that he/she told ROSS that he/she currently had 150 kilograms of
cocaine available for sale and that 50 of those kilograms of cocaine had been promised to
another customer. ROSS told the CI that they (ROSS and BROWN wished to purchase all of
5. During the meeting ROSS related to the CI that they has $150,000.00 in their vehicle
(a green Nissan Pathfinder) to be used towards the purchase of the 150 kilograms of
cocaine. The CI told ROSS and BROWN that he/she would need a minimurn of $200,000.00 as a
down payment for the 100 kilograms of cocaine. The CI is charging ROSS, $10.000.00 per
kilogram of cocaine. The meeting was very brief and
ended at approximately 1:06 p.m
6. According to the CI, he/she has been acquainted with ROSS for the past ten years.
Prior to the CI's incarceration, he/she used to distribute cocaine to (50-100 kilograms
per week) ROSS in the Los Angeles, California area. ROSS and other members of his
organization would rock up or sell cocaine to make crack cocaine and distribute to the
major gangs in the area, specifically the "Crips"
and the "Bloods".
NON-DRUG RELATED INFORMATION: Negative
FINANCIAL RELATED INFORMATION: Negative
Charles E. Jones, Special Agent
DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
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