Gang-Related News Articles
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Police arrest 11 after report of Corky Row brawl (Fall River, MA): A recent spate of crime in the Corky Row neighborhood reached a crescendo Thursday when police were called to a disturbance that erupted into an alleged gang riot.
Source: The Herald News Date: October 23, 2009
Two men charged in gang dispute, shooting (Rochester, MN): Riot and damage to property charges have been filed against two Rochester men stemming from what authorities describe as a gang-related dispute and shooting in June.
Source: Post-Bulletin Date: October 23, 2009
More than 1,100 officers, agents conduct gang sweep in South L.A. (Los Angeles, CA): More than 1,100 Los Angeles police officers and FBI agents conducted a crackdown early this morning on the “Rolling 40s” gang in an attempt to lessen its stronghold in South Los Angeles, authorities said.
Source: Los Angeles Times Date: October 22, 2009
San Pablo police field anti-gang education program for parents (San Pablo, CA): San Pablo police kicked off a new gang-education program this week, aimed at teaching parents of preteens how to look for signs of trouble in their own homes.
Source: Contra Costa Times Date: October 22, 2009
Grant fuels gang resistance (Albany, NY): Albany schools are using part of a $6 million federal grant to start a gang-prevention program for sixth graders.
Source: Times Union Date: October 22, 2009
41 indicted in Racine on drug charges (Racine, WI): Federal prosecutors say 41 people in the Racine area have been indicted on drug charges, and say most are alleged gang members.
Source: The Janesville Gazette Date: October 22, 2009
Gang attack erupts on SB's Eastside (Santa Barbara, CA): At least one person was critically injured yesterday afternoon in what police believe was a duo of gang attacks that erupted several blocks from each other on Santa Barbara’s Eastside.
Source: The Daily Sound Date: October 22, 2009
East side shooting death called gang-related (Detroit, MI): A 19-year-old Detroit man is dead and his uncle critically wounded after being shot in what police are calling a gang-related shooting on the city's east side.
Source: Detroit Free Press Date: October 22, 2009
Reputed gang members charged with murders (San Francisco, CA): Five men with alleged ties to the MS-13 street gang in San Francisco have been charged in federal court with murders that could be punishable by death.
Source: San Francisco Chronicle Date: October 22, 2009
‘Gang wall’ comes tumbling down (Fallbrook, CA): On Saturday morning, October 17, San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn and Sheriff Bill Gore took sledgehammers to a cinderblock wall in the 1100 block of South Vine Street that has been well known for shielding gang-related crime.
Source: The Village News Date: October 22, 2009
'Mammoth takedown' of violent Mexican drug gang (Los Angeles, CA): Just before dawn Wednesday, Drug Enforcement Administration agents launched a raid on suspected Mexican drug traffickers hiding out in a Los Angeles suburb.
Source: ABC News Date: October 22, 2009
Suspect arrested in DHS fatal shooting outside Vons (Los Angeles County, CA): An 18-year-old from Los Angeles County has been arrested on suspicion of shooting and killing a man outside Vons grocery store earlier this month, Desert Hot Springs police announced this morning.
Source: The Desert Sun Date: October 22, 2009
Pacific Islander summit focuses on educating community about gangs (Salt Lake City, UT): Utah's director of Pacific Islander Affairs on Thursday likened the state's gang activity to a tsunami and implored the community to intervene before the problem causes more destruction.
Source: The Salt Lake Tribune Date: October 22, 2009
Nashville safe school forum addresses reality of gangs, violence (Nashville, TN): The question gets repetitive for Alivia Jones, a sophomore at Antioch High School. "What set are you from?" ask classmates and acquaintances about whether Jones has gang affiliations.
Source: The Tennessean Date: October 21, 2009
Deputies cite girl gangs at Manor High (Manor, TX): The fights at Manor High School on Monday that prompted Travis County sheriff's deputies to take 10 students into custody were spurred by strife between two rival female "crews," according to arrest affidavits.
Source: Austin American-Statesman Date: October 21, 2009
Green Bay anti-gang task force works to deter youths from joining street gangs (Green Bay, WI): Hernan Cortes was just seconds away from earning respect. He was set to be initiated into a local street gang last year, but walked away at the last minute when he saw the beating seven members gave two other boys.
Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette Date: October 20, 2009
Special teams raid street gang 31 Flavors; 11 in custody with racketeering charges (Monroe, LA): SWAT teams raided more than a dozen homes in Monroe early Tuesday morning in a bid to cripple a violent street gang.
Source: The News-Star Date: October 20, 2009
Hartford superintendent says reports of gangs at school inaccurate (Hartford, CT): Superintendent Steven Adamowski, in an e-mail sent to school board members and other officials Friday, said that reports of gang activity in the city schools are "inaccurate."
Source: The Hartford Courant Date: October 20, 2009
YouTube video leads to gang arrest (Ottumwa, IA): Police have arrested a 16-year-old Ottumwa resident after he posted video of an assault on the YouTube video Web site.
Source: The Ottumwa Courier Date: October 20, 2009
Gadsden gang members convicted (Orange County, FL): Two members of a Gadsden County gang have been convicted by an Orange County jury on criminal charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit racketeering.
Source: Tallahassee Democrat Date: October 20, 2009
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