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Gang expert creates stronger awareness, shares solutions for Selma (Selma, AL): An expert who has helped take down members of the nation’s most violent street gangs has once again set his sights on Selma, focusing on its schools. His goal is to create more awareness in the hopes that the city can move past its problems with gang violence. Tony Avendorph was a police officer for 40 years, serving in Illinois, California and Maryland.
Source: WSFA 12 News    Date: October 13, 2016

Drive-by shooting possibly gang-related (Montgomery, AL): A drive-by shooting on Gibson Street left one man injured Thursday afternoon in what his family and neighbors said was a gang-related retaliation shooting.
Source: Montgomery Advertiser    Date: September 29, 2016

Man indicted in case involving bomb, gang ties (Columbiana, AL): A 24-year-old Calera man has been indicted on multiple drug charges, and charges against his father have been sent to a grand jury in a case allegedly involving a bomb scare and ties to the “Gangster Disciples” street gang.
Source: Shelby County Reporter    Date: September 22, 2016

Arrest made in gang-related drive-by shooting, Selma police say (Selma, AL): A suspect in a gang-related drive-by shooting was arrested by Selma police on Wednesday. Joe Jackson, of Selma, was charged with capital murder and two counts of discharging a firearm into a vehicle after turning himself in to police, Selma police said.
Source:    Date: July 28, 2016

Men tied to Selma killing surrender as agencies continue gang crackdown (Selma, AL): Two suspects wanted in connection with a deadly shooting in Selma are behind bars. When authorities turned up the heat in the search for the duo, they decided to surrender Wednesday. Joe Jackson, 20, is charged with capital murder.
Source: WTVM 9 News    Date: July 27, 2016

DA: Gang retaliation to blame for Camden shooting, violence (Wilcox County, AL): Prosecutors say a string of violent incidents in Wilcox County, including a shooting that wounded a community corrections officer, are connected to gang activity and a recent murder.
Source: WTVM 9 News    Date: July 8, 2016

Man sentenced to 15 years after six felonies (Selma, AL): A six-time convicted felon from Selma was sentenced 188 months of jail time. Maurice Odell Brown, 38, was sentenced to 15 years and eight months in prison followed by five years of supervised release. “This was one of Selma’s biggest gang members,” said District Attorney Michael Jackson. “We were glad when he got taken off the streets then, and now we’re glad about the big sentence that he got.”
Source: The Selma Times-Journal    Date: June 14, 2016

Accused gang leader now charged with heroin distribution (Birmingham, AL): A Birmingham man arrested earlier this month in a massive roundup of accused gang members in Georgia now faces drug charges in Alabama.
Source: The Birmingham News    Date: May 25, 2016

Man found guilty of 2013 gang-related shooting death (Decatur, AL): The man charged in a 2013 gang-related shooting was found guilty of murder Friday morning. Investigators said after an August 2013 dispute between rival gang members, Elias Nava shot and killed Jim Uriostegui.
Source: WTVM 9 News    Date: May 13, 2016

Suspected Selma area gang leaders busted as push for safer streets leaves impact (Selma, AL): Two men identified as key figures in Selma area gangs are now behind bars. Their arrests are part of an ongoing crackdown. Local leaders say police roundups and a growing local anti-violence campaign are making a big difference as the city seeks safer streets.
Source: WTVM 9 News    Date: May 10, 2016

Trials begin for 2 Morgan Co. murders (Morgan County, AL): Two Morgan County murder trials began Monday. One is the case against of a man charged with killing a woman at her Priceville home. The other is the trial for a teenager accused of murdering a member of a rival gang in Decatur.
Source: WTVM 9 News    Date: May 9, 2016

Community tip leads to bomb scare, gang arrests (Alabaster, AL): A father and son are facing multiple felony charges after an anonymous community tip led law enforcement to find drugs, several illegal firearms and an active pipe bomb at an Alabaster residence on April 21.
Source: Shelby County Reporter    Date: April 25, 2016

Bullying and gang activity cause concern at Fultondale Elementary (Fultondale, AL): Situations of extreme bullying and even gang-related activity are being reported at Fultondale Elementary School. Some parents and teachers don’t feel like administrators are doing enough to address the problem.
Source: WVTM 13 News    Date: March 23, 2016

Ministers meet to combat crime in Selma (Selma, AL): Six ministers concerned about a recent rash of violent incidents in Selma, including the fatal shooting of two in an apparent case of mistaken identity, met Friday to map plans to tackle the problem.
Source: Montgomery Advertiser    Date: March 13, 2016

Gang presence grows in Southeast bringing violent crimes (Bessemer, AL): The District Attorney in Bessemer says gangs are a problem everywhere, whether people want to admit it or not. Guns give them power and social media gives them the attention they're looking for.
Source: WBMA ABC 33/40 News    Date: February 5, 2016

Mobile PD monitors possible threat of teen gang violence during Mardi Gras (Mobile, AL): Mobile Police Department plan to increase police presence in the wake of a recent threat of teenage gang violence. In a release distributed Friday afternoon, MPD officials label the threat of youth violence as a "big concern."
Source:    Date: January 22, 2016

Member of Montgomery's 'All Profit Gang' arrested in 'Operation Triple Beam' (Montgomery, AL): One of the 114 people arrested in connection with the multi-agency 'Operation Triple Beam' crackdown was identified as a member of a Montgomery gang known as the 'All Profit Gang', according to the U.S. Marshals Service. The 'All Profit Gang', or "APG", may be local to Montgomery, but investigators say it's affiliated with the national 'Bloods' gang organization.
Source: WSFA 12 News    Date: October 29, 2015

U.S. Marshals arrest armed suspected gang member in Birmingham holdup (Birmingham, AL): A 20-year-old Birmingham man is behind bars after U.S. Marshals captured him Monday. The Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested Cedric Alexander Jr. in the 300 block of First Street West.
Source:    Date: October 20, 2015

DA: Case of woman shot in the face was gang violence (Mobile, AL): "This is gang activity," Mobile County Assistant District Attorney Keith Blackwood told FOX10 News Monday, October 19, about an attempted carjacking in Midtown back in June. "These juveniles were associated together in a gang, they identify themselves as being in that gang, together," said Blackwood. "They were together, out and about to commit crimes in the name of this gang."
Source: WNEM 5 News    Date: October 19, 2015

Birmingham receives $300,000 to target violent gangs and gun crime (Birmingham, AL): The U.S. Department of Justice granted the City of Birmingham almost $300,000 for a program to improve safety in Birmingham’s high-crime areas. A media release sent by The Department of Justice said, “The Bureau of Justice Assistance awarded a Project Safe Neighborhoods grant of $294,867 over two years to Birmingham for its Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction Program.
Source: WIAT CBS42 News    Date: October 8, 2015

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