Wilm. druglord sentenced in 30th Street Crew takedown
By Amy Cherry

Updated Friday, July 25, 2014 - 12:40pm

A Wilmington gang leader is sentenced to more than six years in federal prison.

Qiydaar Miller, head of the "30th Street Crew" was nabbed in 2013 following a five-month, federal wire-tap investigation.

Miller's arrest brought down the gang that dealt drugs on Wilmington's northside and used a home on 3000 North Madison as their headquarters.

Miller admitted to distributing at least 700 grams of heroin while also selling crack cocaine.

Fourteen others were also federally indicted for drug trafficking charges in connection with the notorious drug ring.

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