VIRGINIA STOP PLAN BY BLOODS TO KIDNAP A WARDEN

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The state of Virginia has uncovered plans by the New York City based Mad Stone Bloods to kidnap the warden of Keen Mountain state prison. The plan was hatched by Larry Darnell Boone, a “godfather” of the Mad Stone Bloods gang and an inmate at Haysi Regional Jail, and James T. Brown, an inmate at Red Onion State Prison. Boone was working to break Boone out of prison and kidnap Warden Leslie Fleming.

Statement from the Virginia AG

Here is what the Virginia Attorney General had to say, via a press release.

“We are fortunate this plot was uncovered in time and I appreciate the hard work of all those whose investigations and prosecutions kept these dangerous criminals behind bars,” said Attorney General Herring. “While most inmates serve their time and prepare for a life outside of prison, a hardened few like these men prove they are an ongoing danger to the public and should remain behind bars. Our public servants, including those in our correctional facilities, work hard every day for a successful and secure Commonwealth. We will not tolerate anyone who would make them a target.”

What was planned

Here is the complicated plan that was admitted to.

In September, 2013, an anonymous letter revealed correspondence between Brown and Boone regarding a plot to abduct and kill the warden. According to their correspondence, Boone, who was about to be released, would help break Brown out by using an AK-47 during Brown’s visit to a local hospital. The two would then abduct the warden from his home. Boone agreed to participate in the plan in exchange for $5,000.

When interviewed by prison officials, Brown admitted to the plot, confessed that he was trying to raise the needed $5,000 and he said he had attempted to locate the warden’s home.

Separately, Boone was also charged for his role in a complicated plot to kill another inmate over gang affiliations. While incarcerated at Wallens Ridge State Prison, Boone learned that an inmate at Red Onion State Prison was falsely claiming to be a member of his gang, the Mad Stone Bloods. Boone had another inmate write on his behalf to a Mad Stone Blood member  in Winchester, Virginia with instructions to relay a coded message via a radio call-in show that broadcasts into both prisons from Kentucky. The phone call was made as specified and the targeted inmate was taken into protective custody.

The plan has gotten the men more time in jail and people scratching their heads.

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