Five people linked to a company that ran nine now-closed downtown Austin nightclubs were sentenced this week in federal court for their involvement in a crime ring responsible for selling drugs and weapons and laundering hundreds of thousands of dollars.
They are among the last of 10 defendants to learn their fates after being arrested in March 2012 following a multi-year investigation of Yassine Enterprises by the FBI and the Internal Revenue Service.
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