Garnett Smith, also known as Mr. Big, is one of the largest cocaine and heroin dealers to be prosecuted in Baltimore in recent history, prosecutors wrote to a judge ahead of Smith's sentencing. That judge sent Mr. Big to prison for 25 years.
"Smith will now spend the prime of his life in prison and will not be eligible for parole until he is a senior citizen," said Gary Tuggle, the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration's Baltimore office.
The judge also handed $6.7 million of his assets over to the federal government, which now finds itself the proud owner of a condo in a downtown Baltimore tower, $1.6 million in jewelry, and cars including a Lamborghini, Aston Martin, and a Maybach.
Mr. Big lived a lavish lifestyle and his lifestyle has been made available to be viewed in photos for the general public by the Drug Enforcement Administration in the slide above. It features his cash, luxury car collection, jewelry, and clothes.
Photo Credit: Drug Enforcement Administration