(AllHipHop News) Details are emerging in the federal cocaine conspiracy case against music mogul James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, who is accused of distributing drugs along with several co-defendants.
Rosemond is accused of being involved in a drug organization that regularly shipped cocaine in via overnight delivery services and later, road cases used for holding equipment, to recording studios in New York.
Millions of proceeds in cash was then sent back to Los Angeles, using Federal Express and other overnight delivery services as well.
The proceeds were then sent back to various mailboxes on the West coast, coated in mustard and vacuum sealed, in order to throw off drug sniffing dogs looking for illegal currency.
An indictment posted on TheSmokingGun.com claims a man in the organization named Khalil Abdullah has already been charged with similar drug offenses, while other defendants, including Rosemond's brother, were also recently charged.
Abdullah or his underlings retrieved the road cases from the studios and distributed the cocaine in New York, they would then transport millions of dollars of proceeds from narcotics sales in road cases to music studios in Los Angeles," the indictment claims.
When police seized three Los Angeles mail boxes connected to the conspiracy, they found over $450,000 in cash coated with mustard.Rosemond's brother Kesner has already pleaded guilty to cocaine distribution charges, while another man named Henry Butler is cooperating with the DEA according to reports.
Rosemond's brother is facing at least 15 years in prison, while Rosemond himself is facing a considerable more amount of time.
James Rosemond's company, Czar Entertainment has worked with a number of artists over the years, including Game, Brandy, Gucci Mane, Shyne, Sean Kingston, Akon, Sheek Louch, Trillville and others.
His lawyer, Jeffery Lichtman, was not available for comment as of press time.