Casanova and 17 other members of the Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation gang were arrested in December 2020 on drug trafficking and other racketeering charges.
Casanova is presently incarcerated on allegations of gun possession, racketeering conspiracy, and drug trafficking, all of which may place him in prison for the rest of his life if he is found guilty on all counts.
Some of the gang’s other members have already begun their trials, and two members are expected to plead guilty in the coming weeks, according to sources.
Stephen “Chino” Hugh and Jordan “Flow” Ingram are the co-defendants in this case.
Hugh allegedly carried out a non-fatal drive-by shooting with the approval of the gang’s boss, Ahmed “Ammo Walker, according to the report.
When it comes to Ingram, he is suspected of being a key member of a crack cocaine operation as well as armed robbery.
Hugh will enter a guilty plea to one of the charges on Thursday, July 15th, while Ingram will enter a guilty plea later in August.
Both men face lengthy prison sentences, with Hugh facing a minimum of 25 years in prison and Ingram facing a minimum of 22 years.
There is no set date for Casanova’s trial.