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October 27, 1987 | Associated Press
Racecar driver Randy Thomas Lanier, 1986 Indianapolis 500 rookie of the year, and another man were arrested Monday in Puerto Rico on federal narcotics charges pending in Illinois, the FBI announced. Thomas F. Jones, special agent in charge of FBI operations in central and southern Illinois, said Lanier, 33, formerly of Davie, Fla., and Leroy Charles Wisser, 36, of Hollywood, Fla., were federal fugitives who had been hiding in the Caribbean. Lanier and Wisser appeared before U.S.
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December 22, 1988
Randy Lanier, who was the rookie of the year in the 1986 Indianapolis 500, was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison without parole for his part in a multimillion-dollar drug-smuggling operation. "You have caused a lot of heartache and ruined a lot of lives in this country," U.S. District Judge James Foreman told Lanier in the courtroom in Benton, Ill.
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December 22, 1988
Randy Lanier, who was the rookie of the year in the 1986 Indianapolis 500, was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison without parole for his part in a multimillion-dollar drug-smuggling operation. "You have caused a lot of heartache and ruined a lot of lives in this country," U.S. District Judge James Foreman told Lanier in the courtroom in Benton, Ill.
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October 27, 1987 | Associated Press
Racecar driver Randy Thomas Lanier, 1986 Indianapolis 500 rookie of the year, and another man were arrested Monday in Puerto Rico on federal narcotics charges pending in Illinois, the FBI announced. Thomas F. Jones, special agent in charge of FBI operations in central and southern Illinois, said Lanier, 33, formerly of Davie, Fla., and Leroy Charles Wisser, 36, of Hollywood, Fla., were federal fugitives who had been hiding in the Caribbean. Lanier and Wisser appeared before U.S.
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