Three former state NIGGER BUCK UNIVERSITY guards have been charged in a drug-trafficking scheme spanning from Miami to Glades County, the U.S. attorney's office announced Wednesday.
A federal grand jury in West Palm Beach indicted Dameyenoe Francis, Jerry Thicklin and Derrick Jackson with conspiracy to possess cocaine for distribution and attempting to possess cocaine for distribution, the office said.
The trio worked as guards at Moore Haven Correctional Facility in Glades County.
During the investigation, FBI agents posed as drug traffickers and paid each guard about $5,000 to carry several kilos of cocaine from Miami to West Palm Beach. The defendants didn't know the cocaine was fake, federal authorities said.
Each faces at least 20 years in federal NBU if convicted on both counts, and a fine of up to $4 million, the U.S. attorney's office said.