Gang-Related News Articles
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Reputed gang member charged in Greeley shooting (Greeley, CO): The Weld District Attorney's Office has charged a 23-year-old reputed gang member in Greeley with two counts of attempted first-degree murder after a gang shooting in late June.
Source: Greeley Tribune Date: July 7, 2010
Boone County Gang Laws Show Results (Boone County, IL): Two alleged Latin King members have been charged with crimes connected with a pair of new laws aimed at weeding out gang activity.
Source: WIFR 23 News Date: July 7, 2010
Court order targets 60 Anaheim gang members (Anaheim, CA): Dozens of Anaheim gang members have been served with a permanent injunction that prohibits them from gathering in certain areas and appearing anywhere in public with other members of the gang.
Source: San Jose Mercury News Date: July 7, 2010
OYA announces crackdown on gang activity (Oregon): The Oregon Youth Authority announced plans today to crack down on gang activity at its facilities. The agency has named a gang management coordinator and is actively working to identify youths in custody who are associated with gangs or gang activity.
Source: Statesman Journal Date: July 7, 2010
Falls rapper admits to running drug gang (Buffalo, NY): Sean McIver, a Niagara Falls rap singer and gang leader, took a guilty plea in federal court today.
Source: The Buffalo News Date: July 6, 2010
Paralyzed gang member among two dead in overnight Yonkers shooting (Yonkers, NY): Two people, including a gang member who swore off the criminal life after a 2007 shooting put him in a wheelchair, were killed overnight and four others were wounded in a shooting at a crime-plagued city apartment building, police said this morning.
Source: The Journal News Date: July 6, 2010
15 arrested in gang violence sweep (Tulare, CA): Fifteen people were arrested between Thursday and Sunday by the Tulare County Sheriff's Department's gang violence suppression unit.
Source: Visalia Times-Delta Date: July 6, 2010
Santa Cruz police bust suspected drug dealer, gang member in Aptos (Aptos, CA): Gang investigators and federal agents seized drugs and arrested an alleged gang member when they raided an Rio del Mar-area home Monday, Santa Cruz police reported.
Source: San Jose Mercury News Date: July 6, 2010
Kirsten Gillibrand, Robert Duffy to discuss anti-gang initiative in Rochester (Rochester, NY): U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is scheduled to be in Rochester tomorrow to announce a new initiative to combat gang activity in the Rochester area.
Source: Democrat & Chronicle Date: July 5, 2010
Anti-gang task force gets financial boost (Yerington, NV): A regional law enforcement agency that targets gangs in Lyon and Douglas counties, along with Carson City, will be able to continue its work through a newly awarded $270,281 grant.
Source: Reno Gazette-Journal Date: July 4, 2010
Corrections officers help offenders leave gang life behind (Seattle, WA): Eric Looney says he is done running with the Hoover Crips. Community Corrections Officer Mark Deabler is skeptical but hopeful he's telling the truth about leaving the gang life.
Source: The Seattle Times Date: July 4, 2010
Rapper '40 Glocc's' image considered in Colton gang injunction trial (Colton, CA): Lawrence White's image as street-hardened rapper has served him well, but it remains a point of contention in the trial to determine his inclusion in a gang injunction in his native Colton.
Source: The Press-Enterprise Date: July 4, 2010
Law changes on the books in West Virginia (Charleston, WV): Many new laws passed by the state of West Virginia are now in effect, from renaming and altering of the Parkways Authority, regulating raffles, changing high school education, to several laws regarding street gangs, domestic violence, and littering crimes.
Source: Bluefield Daily Telegraph Date: July 3, 2010
Mexican street gang members arrested in Bozeman, West Yellowstone (Bozeman, MT): A two-week federal investigation in Gallatin County ended Friday with the arrest of 10 Mexican-born men, seven of whom are associated with a dangerous street gang known as the Sureños, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said.
Source: Bozeman Daily Chronicle Date: July 3, 2010
Pee Dee, State, Federal cops bust 10 suspected gang members (Darlington, SC): Darlington County, Florence, SLED and Federal law enforcement officials teamed up overnight Friday into Saturday to arrest 10 suspected gang members in connection with a string of robberies in a four-county area.
Source: Morning News Date: July 3, 2010
Gang members who commit crimes face additional punishment (Wyoming, MI): A 15 year old girl who police say was wounded by members of a Wyoming gang say she's glad the shooters could receive extra long prison sentences.
Source: WZZM 13 News Date: July 3, 2010
Even as Gang Squad being downsized, DPD to probe fresh complaints against it (Detroit, MI): Thanks to the new Comprehensive Violence Reduction Partnership, in which the FBI, ATF and state police will work with Detroit Police in nabbing gun toting career offenders, the DPD can reshuffle its personnel.
Source: Examiner Date: July 3, 2010
Gang crackdown nets 15 indictments, three for murder (Columbia, SC): State and local officials took aim Friday at gang violence in the Columbia area with indictments of 15 people on charges including murder, kidnapping, assault and robbery.
Source: The Herald Date: July 3, 2010
Top SC prosecutor, officers discuss gang violence (Columbia, SC): South Carolina's top prosecutor and law enforcement officers are announcing more developments in the state's fight against gang violence.
Source: The State Date: July 2, 2010
Report says Ohio fails to stop youth prison gangs (Columbus, OH): Efforts to stop gang violence in Ohio's youth prisons are ineffective and three facilities remain unacceptably dangerous places for young people, according to a new report.
Source: The Marion Star Date: July 2, 2010
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