NYC street ball legend arrested for allegedly running heroin ring in BK.
Fly Williams, a street ball legend from Brownsville, Brooklyn who played pro ball in the 70s, was reportedly arrested in New York City for running a multi-million dollar heroin ring in Brooklyn.
According to the New York Daily News, Fly Williams, 64, is accused of running a team of street dealers that moved more than 2 million vials of heroin with an estimated value of $24 million.
The 6'5 former shooting guard, who was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in the first round of the 1974 ABA Draft, is considered one of the greatest NYC street ballers of all-time.
The Daily News reports that he has been shot four times since retiring from basketball and has served at least two prison terms for attempted robbery and drug possession.
Authorities arrested 13 people in total for selling H in Brownsville, Bushwick, Flatbush and Fort Greene. Cops reportedly recovered $180,000 in cash as well as two kilos of heroin during the bust.