‘Stuff,' the Lead Drug Dealer and Violent Enforcer at NW Dallas' Han Gil Motel, Pleads Guilty

A 44-year-old man known as "Stuff" went to federal court Thursday to admit that he did many horrific things for a very long time at a northwest Dallas motel only blocks from an elementary school.Eric Dewayne Freeman admitted selling heroin, meth, cocaine and other drugs, and splitting the profits with the motel's owner. And owning guns, and shooting them at people. And overseeing the dumping of dead bodies of young men and women who overdosed on his product."A violent criminal" is how U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox describes Freeman, the lead defendant in the feds' case involving the Han Gil Hotel Town, along Dennis Road near Northaven Road.That is understatement. Because in court documents, the man called Stuff does not admit to shooting someone he believed stole his crack. Or beating a woman with a chair leg, burning her with a butane torch and having it recorded. Or to other things the feds say he did, because others before him have copped to guilty pleas and cut deals.  Continue reading...

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