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Teen accused of shooting 2 rival gang members in Fashion Place shootout will be tried as an adult (Salt Lake County, UT): The teenager accused of shooting and wounding two members of a rival gang in an exchange of gunfire at the Fashion Place mall in January has been certified to stand trial in adult court.
Source: The Salt Lake Tribune    Date: June 13, 2019

Breaking: Suspects arrested in Kearns homicide; motives robbery, gang related (Kearns, UT): The Unified Police Department has made three arrests in the fatal shooting Wednesday in Kearns. “After tireless hours the Unified Police Department Violent Crimes Unit was able to develop information and make three arrests in relation to the homicide which occurred in Kearns on Wednesday,” a UPD statement says.
Source: Gephardt Daily    Date: June 8, 2019

Utah gang leader captured by U.S. Marshalls task force (Salt Lake City, UT): The fugitive leader of a popular Utah gang has been arrested outside Chicago. Jim Paul Deli, a.k.a. JP Delli was taken into custody May 21 after fleeing an attempted traffic stop by Deputy US Marshals from the Great Lakes Regional Task Force.
Source: Gephardt Daily    Date: May 23, 2019

Brothers sentenced to probation in connection with 2016 fatal shooting (Salt Lake City, UT): Two brothers who pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges in March were sentenced to probation for their roles in a gang-related fatal shooting on Christmas Eve 2016.
Source: KSL News    Date: May 6, 2019

Teen shot multiple times in possible gang-related incident in Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City, UT): Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Saturday night when two teens, both male, were arguing in a vehicle in the area of 823 N. Lafayette Drive. Salt Lake City Police Lt. Jenn Diederich told Gephardt Daily the two youths were in a parked car when their argument apparently escalated and one shot the other multiple times.
Source: Gephardt Daily    Date: April 27, 2019

Behind the Badge: How the RAG Team seeks out and wipes out graffiti (Salt Lake City, UT): Their job is a seek and destroy graffiti in Salt Lake County. Simply put - they find and paint tags and graffiti. We're talking about the Graffiti Guys at the Unified Police Department. ABC4's Don Hudson shares their story in our Behind the Badge report.
Source: KTVX ABC4 News    Date: April 23, 2019

Violent gang members getting younger, Utah experts say (Salt Lake City, UT): The gang problem in the Salt Lake area is not getting any bigger or smaller overall, according to the Metro Gang Unit. But the uptick in youth violence is something that has gang detectives very concerned.
Source: KSL News    Date: April 17, 2019

Police officers in Salt Lake City schools will be trained to arrest students less often (Salt Lake City, UT): When the sergeant walked into a school, he would hear students whisper. “Who’s in trouble?” they’d ask one another. “Who’s being arrested?” And for a while, Salt Lake City police Sgt. Phil Eslinger acknowledged, they were right. Most of the times he went into a classroom, it was to pull kids out, question them, investigate them and, usually, handcuff them.
Source: The Salt Lake Tribune    Date: March 26, 2019

After 20 years, man seeks parole for Utah County's first gang-related killing (Utah County, UT): It was believed to be Utah County's first gang-related murder. On Dec. 19, 1998, Edgardo Said Mata, 18, of Salem, who had been drinking and using cocaine that night, walked up behind Ramon Pena, 17, at Provo's Club Omni and shot him twice.
Source: KSL News    Date: March 10, 2019

Members, Associates Of Norteño Street Gang Charged In Heroin, Methamphetamine Drug Case (Salt Lake City, UT): Thirty-three members and associates of the Norteño street gang allegedly responsible for distributing drugs around the Salt Lake City area are facing federal charges in recently unsealed complaints filed in federal court. During the investigation, agents seized methamphetamine and heroin headed to Salt Lake City from drug cartels in Mexico and drug proceeds from Utah headed south to cartels in Mexico.
Source: The United States Department of Justice    Date: February 28, 2019

Utah gang member arrested in Feb. 2 stabbing death (Ogden, UT): Police arrested a man Wednesday who they say chased down and stabbed an Ogden man to death after that man had stopped to try and keep the suspect from assaulting a woman in an alley.
Source: Deseret News    Date: February 14, 2019

Gang member already facing drug charges accused of raping teen (Salt Lake City, UT): A documented gang member currently facing federal drug and firearms charges was charged Monday in state court with raping a teenage girl. Daniel "D-Mac" Silva, 27, of Salt Lake City, is charged in 3rd District Court with rape and forcible sodomy, both first-degree felonies, and obstructing justice, a second-degree felony.
Source: Deseret News    Date: January 28, 2019

5 gang members charged in Utah mall shooting (Salt Lake City, UT): Five people were formally charged Tuesday in 3rd District Court for a shooting that happened just outside Fashion Place mall in Murray between rival gang members that injured two and created a panic for all mall patrons.
Source: KSL News    Date: January 22, 2019

3 more gang members arrested in Fashion Place Mall shooting investigation (Murray, UT): Three more men have been arrested in connection with the shooting at Fashion Place Mall on Sunday, but police say the suspected shooters have not been apprehended.
Source: The Salt Lake Tribune    Date: January 18, 2019

Online turf: Utah gangs use social media to recruit (Murray, UT): Sunday's shootout between rival gang members at Fashion Place Mall has raised new questions about gang activity in Utah. The director of the Salt Lake Area Gang Project, Lieutenant Mike Schoenfeld, says gang activity hasn't increased in the last 10 years but it has evolved. His team is seeing gang members getting younger, more aggressive and more active on social media.
Source: KTVX ABC4 News    Date: January 16, 2019

2 arrested in Fashion Place shooting involving rival Utah gangs (Murray, UT): Sunday's shooting outside Fashion Place mall involved two groups of rival gang members, Murray police confirmed Monday. Investigators working through the night arrested two people believed to have been involved in the shooting, which prompted the evacuation of the mall.
Source: Deseret News    Date: January 14, 2019

Police: Utah gang problem growing, members getting younger (Salt Lake City, UT): How big is Utah’s gang problem? That’s the question many are asking after Murray police said Sunday's lockdown and evacuation of Fashion Place mall was due to a shooting involving rival gangs.
Source: KSL News    Date: January 14, 2019

State court once more denies appeal of Ogden man convicted of 2007 gang-related killings (Salt Lake City, UT): The Utah State Court of Appeals has denied the innocence claim of an Ogden man convicted of two aggravated murders in a gang-related shooting in 2010.
Source: Standard-Examiner    Date: December 27, 2018

Suspected teenage gang member forces 12-year-old to steal $10K from his own family (Salt Lake County, UT): Youth violence make up a majority of gang related crimes, said Detective John Neron of the Unified Police Department’s Metro Gang Unit. Neron added about the gang violence: 60-70% are juveniles or are exclusively juveniles.
Source: KUTV Channel 2 News    Date: November 19, 2018

Police: Youth account for up to 70 percent of gang violence in Salt Lake County (Salt Lake County, UT): The majority of gang violence is caused by youth, according to the Unified Police Department’s Metro Gang Unit. Detective John Neron said up to 70 percent of his case load with the MGU is youth-related and most involve weapons charges, but could range from home invasion to homicide.
Source: KUTV Channel 2 News    Date: November 19, 2018

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