A Beverly Hills man was federally charged alongside 15 others on allegations they committed crime on behalf of their white supremacist gang.
Darrin Terranova, 51, was indicted July 1 on a charge of conspiring to commit assault in aid of racketeering activity.
Court records show Terranova, also known as “Nova,” was arrested Thursday, July 15, the same day a judge unsealed the indictment within the U.S. District Court in Ocala.
According to the 18-page indictment, Terranova and his codefendants were members of the Unforgiven, who allegedly engaged in murder, violence, kidnapping, robbery and obstruction of justice to further their criminal enterprise.
Members of the Unforgiven also used “corrupt law enforcement officers and state employees” to gather information about criminal investigations and to help smuggle contraband to inmates, according to the indictment.
Terranova faces a sentence of up to three years in prison, and a maximum fine of $250,000 if convicted.