Next up, after their 1:41 p.m. arrival at the mall parking lot in a white pickup truck, were Tavon Alexander Louis "Tay" Hopkins and Cornell Dion "Nelly" Brown Jr., both of Northeast Baltimore. Described as "multi-kilogram dealers" who CW1 "supplied with cocaine," the court documents indicate that CW1 initially tried to get them to come do the deal with Cannady and Parker, with whom Brown was previously convicted on armed bank-robbery charges. A half-hour before their arrival, Brown told CW1 that "I'ma come get four" kilograms, and then, later, "I'ma come back [and] get ten." After their arrests, agents found $157,000 in cash in the truck, enough to purchase four kilograms. Hopkins told agents he "knew it was a set up" because "CW1's vehicle was far from other vehicles, like the police set it up," and that "he told Brown that he needed to drive away."