blog post by John Hoff
This April, an undercover agent working for the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension arranged a fake heroin buy with Keon Malone Mangun, who turned up at Star Foods, 818 Lowry Ave. N. Click here for the criminal complaint.
Star Foods is a classic "inconvenience store" and is owned by the same guy who owned E & L Food Market before fate did us all a favor and E & L burned down...
It's pretty interesting that Mangun was picked up for trying to sell heroin. He has been charged in the murder by heroin overdose of a woman in Little Falls, click here.
And yes, in case anybody was wondering, I do think it's funny his name is "Mangun" and I think the other prisoners will have a lot of fun with that name. God bless the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension for scraping this pile of crap off our streets.