Howard "Pappy" Mason (born September 8, 1959) is an American drug trafficker and organized crime figure. Mason ran a drug smuggling gang called the Bebos in the Jamaica, Queens neighborhood of New York City with his partner Lorenzo "Fat Cat" Nichols.
Mar 4, 2017 ... In December 1987, Lorenzo “Fat Cat” Nichols thought his girlfriend Horsham, 20, was stealing cash he had stashed in her Queens apartment.
Apr 2, 2014 ... One of New York City's top drug lords of the 1980s, Lorenzo Nichols was a grizzly character, known to many as 'Fat Cat.' Learn more about his ...
Jun 3, 2015 ... Lorenzo "Fat Cat" Nichols went from humble Alabamian roots to the top of the drug game in hardscrabble 1980s New York, running a massive ...
Jan 5, 2015 ... In the 1980s, a new wave of drug dealers took over Queens. One of them was Lorenzo "Fat Cat" Nichols, whose name is forever etched in infamy.
Oct 5, 1989 ... LEAD: Lorenzo (Fat Cat) Nichols, an admitted major drug dealer, testified at his secret pleading last week that he had ordered his former ...
May 21, 1988 ... The police said they did not know who was responsible for the firebomb that killed Mary Nichols, the 50-year-old sister of Lorenzo (Fat Cat) ...
Jan 2, 2013 ... ... and detectives busted open a multi-million dollar crack ring that had been run by Mason for jailed drug kingpin Lorenzo “Fat Cat” Nichols.
Mar 26, 2010 ... He's as surly and unrepentant as ever. Lorenzo “Fat Cat” Nichols, the tough- talking, murderous southeast Queens drug kingpin serving 25 to ...