Last month, "Operation Fallen Angel" brought law enforcement together to round up suspected drug dealers in Aurora. The sting nabbed three men, but two others eluded capture, including Ajaie Martin, who the FBI says is definitely no angel.
Martin is a member of the Maniac Latin Disciples. He and the others who were charged in connection with "Operation Fallen Angel" are accused of conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine. Their gang centered it's activities in Aurora and the surrounding communities.
These charges were the result of a two year undercover investigation that involved court ordered wiretaps and more.
Martin was tasked with selling both wholesale and retail quantities of illegal drugs, specifically crack cocaine. They were selling thousands of dollars a week in crack cocaine.
During the past decade, joint efforts between the FBI and Aurora Police have resulted in more than 300 gang members being arrested and convicted.
Here is a description of what agents say Martin looks like:
He is described as a black male
29 years old
Five feet nine inches tall, weighing about 155 pounds.
He has black hair
And brown eyes
He has a gold front tooth
And goes by the nickname "G-Black"
He is considered armed and dangerous, if you see him, call police.
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