Gang-Related News Articles
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Robbers target kids leaving Walnut Hills school (Evanston, OH): Undercover officers are now trying to catch a gang of criminals who are targeting students as they are leaving school in Evanston.
Source: WKRC 12 News Date: November 21, 2008
MS-13 gang member, associates indicted in NYC for murder, racketeering (New York, NY): Hector Portillo, a member of the international MS-13 street gang, and seven others were charged in New York City with multiple crimes, including 29 counts of murder, attempted murder, assault, racketeering, and illegal use of firearms.
Source: Hawaii Reporter Date: November 21, 2008
Two arrested in Carpentersville drive-by shooting (Carpentersville, IL): Police arrested two suspected street gang members Wednesday on charges they participated in a Nov. 13 drive-by shooting outside the Carpentersvile home of rival gang members.
Source: Daily Herald Date: November 21, 2008
Accused knife-wielding teen a member of gang (Boston, MA): A Framingham teenager charged with stabbing a fellow student at Framingham High School on Thursday claims to be a member of a gang, the MetroWest Daily News reported.
Source: WCVB 5 News Date: November 21, 2008
Judge makes injunction permanent against Rialto gang (Rialto, CA): A Superior Court judge made permanent an injunction against a Rialto gang, a news release from the San Bernardino County district attorney stated.
Source: The Press-Enterprise Date: November 21, 2008
Five teens charged in Forsyth vandalism (Forsyth County, GA): Five suspected gang members have been arrested by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly vandalizing more than a dozen buildings, including a local high school.
Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Date: November 20, 2008
$12.4m in grants puts focus on gang violence (Boston, MA): Last month, with the state facing an emergency fiscal crisis, Governor Deval Patrick cut the state budget more than $1 billion.
Source: The Boston Globe Date: November 20, 2008
Wis. Authorities arrest 11 gang members (Madison, WI): A group of federal, state and local authorities have arrested 11 gang members in Kenosha.
Source: Chicago Tribune Date: November 20, 2008
Omaha and Gangs: Stopping the Violence (Omaha, NE): Thousands of gang members, more gang related crimes. Law enforcement and gang experts say it's something they're fighting more and more all the time.
Source: KPTM 42 News Date: November 20, 2008
Pastors give insight into gang problem (Vineland, NJ): Criminal street gang activity in Cumberland County appears to be tamped down compared to a year ago, according to some pastors with reason to know.
Source: The Daily Journal Date: November 20, 2008
13 students cited for Hunters Lane brawl (Nashville, TN): About 100 students in a crushing swell were pushing and shoving, some fighting and others throwing up menacing gang signs, in the hallway of Hunters Lane High School.
Source: The Tennessean Date: November 20, 2008
Nurses get primer on gangs (Camden, NJ): The scenarios were hypothetical, but the implications were real. Officers from the New Jersey State Parole Board's Street Gang Unit explained gang signs, colors, clothing and codes to about 25 medical personnel from Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden on Wednesday because it could save their lives.
Source: Courier-Post Date: November 20, 2008
Gang members face racketeering charges (West Palm Beach, FL): Two guys who started out as part of a rap group which then prosecutors say turned into one of South Florida's most violent gangs are on trial for racketeering.
Source: CBS4 News Date: November 19, 2008
Weehawken police interrupt suspected gang recruitment meeting and walk away with 'valuable' notebook (Hamilton Park, NJ): Authorities believe they seized a notebook containing valuable information about the Bloods street gang organization and membership when Weehawken police broke up a suspected recruiting meeting in Hamilton Park on Friday, officials said.
Source: The Jersey Journal Date: November 19, 2008
L.A., Glendale seek injunction against Toonerville gang (Los Angeles, CA): Lawyers for Los Angeles and Glendale have filed a civil lawsuit seeking a joint gang injunction to restrict the activities of Toonerville, a decades-old gang known for orchestrating killings and even a police ambush, officials said Monday.
Source: Los Angeles Times Date: November 18, 2008
Feds chip in money to the Merced Multi-Agency Gang Task Force to help fight gangs (Merced County, CA): The Merced Multi-Agency Gang Task Force got a $50,000 boost in its fight against gangs, thanks to a federal anti-gang initiative.
Source: Merced Sun-Star Date: November 18, 2008
Providence police investigate two Sunday shootings (Providence, RI): The police are investigating a West End drive-by shooting that appears to be gang-related and the shooting of two men in a car Sunday in Elmwood.
Source: The Providence Journal Date: November 18, 2008
Police say gang preyed on elderly (Cincinnati, OH): About 50 teenagers and young adults face charges for allegedly belonging to a gang that preyed on elderly people in a Cincinnati neighborhood, police said.
Source: The Post Chronicle Date: November 18, 2008
Virginia’s Attorney General unveils new anti-gang video (Richmond, VA): In a continuing effort to educate Virginians about the threat posed by gangs, Attorney General Bob McDonnell introduced a powerful new video today.
Source: WSLS 10 News Date: November 18, 2008
One dead, Two arrested in gang-related murder (Avondale, AZ): Avondale police found a man dead in a car early Tuesday morning in what appears to be a gang-related murder.
Source: The Arizona Republic Date: November 18, 2008
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