INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A judge in Indianapolis on Thursday granted a motion by the state to dismiss charges against two co-defendants accused of conspiracy to commit murder, among other charges.
Anthony Tinnin and Victor Tinnin-Wells were two of 11 people charged with criminal gang activity in October 2015, alongside Richard Grundy III, who recently reached a plea agreement in connection with charges against him. The 11 people charged were alleged to be members of the so-called Grundy Crew, once believed to be responsible for seven homicides and drug trafficking.
Both Tinnin and Tinnin-Wells were charged with felonies that included dealing 10 pounds or more of marijuana either on or within 1,000 feet of a school, corrupt business influence and criminal gang activity. Prosecutors filed a motion to dismiss the charges due to evidentiary problems.
Anthony Tinnin, 30, remains in Marion County Jail, on drug and handgun possession charges related to a July 4 arrest.