Sunday, November 8, 2020

Jermaine “Big Dog” Southall pulls 27 years

“This defendant was at the top of the pyramid,” said a South Carolina U.S. District Judge, as Jermaine “Big Dog” Southall, stood before him. The charge against him was drug trafficking conspiracy and the sentence was 27 years in a federal prison.

Southall's three state cocaine and heroin distribution ring generated millions.
The judge said his sentence would have been life if not for a plea agreement.