Bail set for alleged ‘Beat-Down Posse’ founder

Star Tribune 2011-02-26: A judge on Friday set bail at $750,000 for the alleged founder of north Minneapolis’ “Beat-Down Posse,” and the judge ruled that the defendant’s father’s bail bond business could not spring the accused racketeer from jail. Joseph Duane “Little Joe” Gustafson Jr., 36, appeared before Hennepin County District Judge Kerry Meyer wearing an orange jumpsuit with his hair in a braid that hung to the middle of his back. His father, Joseph “Big Joe” Gustafson Sr., sat in the front row with two other supporters. Charges say Beat-Down Posse (BDP) members for years robbed, assaulted and… more »

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