Miami-Dade County

She’s the last of 14 Miami gang members still on the loose, feds say

Latitia Houser has eluded law enforcement since her May indictment on drug dealing and racketeering charges.
Latitia Houser has eluded law enforcement since her May indictment on drug dealing and racketeering charges.

Latitia Houser stood out as one of only two women among the 14 reputed Allapattah drug gang members indicted in May on racketeering charges. Now, Houser stands out as the only one of the 14 not in custody.

The 44-year-old Houser has been charged with one count of conspiracy to possess a controlled substance with intent to distribute and racketeering conspiracy.

Cops say the gang worked many places but were based out of the Gwen Cherry housing complex. Her closest relatives are in Miami, Miami Gardens, Opa-locka and Miramar, but the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms believes she also might be in Georgia or North Carolina.

Houser also goes by “BG” and “Angel Bernadette Wilson” in person, as well as “Angel G. Berry” and “layedback.bg” online.

In May, the U.S. atttorney’s office said she knows how to make money via fraud. She has built a social media presence that included bragging about her cash and ability to get firearms.

Anyone with information on Houser’s whereabouts can call 888-ATF-TIPS.

David J. Neal: 305-376-3559, @DavidJNeal

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