A new federal indictment has been issued in Atlanta against members of Black Mafia Family (BMF), accusing the group of laundering money and transporting drugs. The fifth indictment against BMF charges 20 more people with trafficking drugs or being involved in the drug trade on behalf of the gang, which also published a magazine, Juice, and a record label, BMF Entertainment. More than 200 officers raided 21 locations in California, St. Louis and two in Atlanta. Thirteen individuals were arrested in the raids, bringing the total number of arrests to over 100. Among those arrested in California were members of a Compton, California street gang that allegedly supplied the Black Mafia Family with cocaine. Recently, Jacob “The Jeweler” Arabov pleaded guilty to helping the group launder over $270 million dollars in drug proceeds.