(AllHipHop News) The offices of Interscope Records were used to ship millions of dollars worth of cocaine and drug proceeds across the country it has been revealed in the ongoing case of James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond.
According to TheSmokingGun.com, defense lawyers for James Rosemond received detailed shipping records showing that Interscope's Los Angeles office was used to pick up drugs and cash, stuffed in road cases used to ship musical equipment.
Prosecutors are trying to determine why and how Interscope's offices were used, although they are aware that Rosemond manages rapper Game, who is signed to Interscope.
Investigators claim that Rosemond used Rock It Cargo, to deliver kilos of cocaine from Los Angeles to New York, where the cocaine was distributed.
The proceeds were then packed in the music cases and sent back to music studios in Los Angeles.
According to the TSG, a number of Rosemond's former associates are cooperating and are explaining how the cash and cocaine shipped cross-country.
Investigators claim that Rosemond used his Czar Entertainment as a legitimate front, and then utilized Rock It drugs disguised as legitimate freight.
James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond is currently being held in Metropolitan Correctional Center without bail.