Bada-boondocks! Colorado ‘Sopranos’ stole to support drug habits: feds

Bada-boondocks! Colorado ‘Sopranos’ stole to support drug habits: feds

A strung-out group of small-time Colorado criminals that called themselves “the Sopranos” — including one who has “Styles Sopranos” and a Nike logo tattooed on his forehead — are singing the blues after being busted for a series of petty crimes to support their narcotic habits.

A Denver grand jury indicted 11 people for a laundry list of thefts committed to keep themselves flush with fentanyl, heroin and methamphetamine, prosecutors said.

The two-bit syndicate, consisting of men and women ranging from ages 21 to 42, allegedly stole $950,000 worth of cars, weapons, tools and other items, officials said in a Friday press release.

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The family would use teamwork to break into and hotwire Kias and Hyundais, deploying lookouts and getaway drivers who put

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