POLK COUNTY, FL. – Click here for an updated story of the Sex Money Murder gang investigation. Sheriff Grady Judd will brief the media at 11:00 a.m. today in Winter Haven about a multi-agency, year-long gang racketeering investigation.
Ashley Moody, Attorney General, FDOC Secretary Ricky Dixon, and FDLE Special Agent in Charge Mark Brutnell will also speak.
During the investigation, PCSO, along with the Florida Attorney General’s Office of Statewide Prosecution, Ashley Moody, Attorney General, the Florida Department of Corrections, and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, charged 41 suspects who are either known gang members or criminal business associates of gang members from Florida and North Carolina.
Twelve of the suspects are charged with racketeering.
The 41 suspects are charged with a total of 121 felonies and 40 misdemeanors.
The suspects’ criminal histories include 1,147 felonies, 161 misdemeanors, and 205 felony convictions; an average of 28 felonies, 4 misdemeanors, and 5 felony convictions each.
We will update this story during the press conference.