Former Kodiak man busted in white supremacist prison gang investigation - Kodiak Daily Mirror: Local News

Former Kodiak man busted in white supremacist prison gang investigation

Posted: Thursday, March 28, 2019 9:27 am

A Kodiak man who pled guilty to assault charges in a 2011 attempted murder trial is among six people who have been charged in federal court for their alleged roles in a white supremacist gang-related racketeering enterprise involving narcotics distribution, firearms trafficking and acts of violence including murder, assault and kidnapping, according to a U.S. Attorney General news release.

Former Kodiak resident Roy Lee Naughton, 40, is one of six people named in the indictment as a member of the white supremacist gang 1488s. The other five individuals named are Filthy Fuhrer, formerly Timothy Lobdell, 42; Glen Baldwin, also known as “Glen Dog,” 37; Craig King, also known as “Oakie,” 53; Beau Cook, 32; and Colter O’Dell, 26.

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