2 Members Of Detroit’s Rollin 60s Crips Street Gang Plead Guilty To Racketeering

Two members, including the top leader, of the Detroit branch of the Rollin 60s Crips street gang pleaded guilty Monday to racketeering and firearms charges connected to their roles in gang-related murders, shootings and drug distribution, officials announced. According to the indictment, the Rollin’ 60s Crips is a national street gang founded in Los Angeles,…

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MS-13 is Trump’s Public Enemy No.1

President Donald Trump and his top immigration enforcers have begun to focus their attention on the deadly MS 13 gang, saying the administration’s hardline immigration policies are focused on stopping its spread in the US. “MS-13, you know about MS-13?” Trump said at a speech before the National Rifle Association Friday in Atlanta. “It’s not…

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Mayhem in Chicago: Mom Watches Two Sons Shot Dead

Last week, a Chicago mother watched in horror Thursday afternoon as her two sons were gunned down at a South Shore restaurant. Shots rang out inside Nadia Fish and Chicken, leaving four dead on a day of unbridled mayhem in the Windy City. When the gun smoke cleared by nightfall, seven lay dead following three…

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Body Found Near Game’s Neighborhood On Brazil Street In Compton

Authorities Friday identified a man who was fatally shot in Compton. The shooting was reported about 7:50 p.m. Thursday in the 400 block of North Wilmington Avenue near Brazil Street, according to Deputy Trina Schrader of the Sheriff’s Information Bureau. Rodney Johnson, 48, of Torrance died at the scene, the coroner’s office reported. Arriving deputies…

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Gang Members Get Life For Shooting Man To Death In Front Of Daughter

Two Atlanta gang members are headed to prison for life plus 60 years for robbing a local drug dealer and shooting him to death in front of his 11-year-old daughter, officials say. Andreas Perkins, 20, and Jamal Chandler, 30, were convicted Tuesday of murdering Randy Menefee Jan. 26, 2014, Fulton County District Attorney’s Office spokesman…

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Gang Member Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Traffic Guard Who Was Killed In Broad Daylight At Venice Construction Site

A 29-year-old Venice Shoreline Crips gang member has been arrested and charged with killing a traffic guard at a Venice construction site last summer, due to his past ties to The Avenues, authorities said. The slaying — on a street corner in broad daylight — stunned community members and Ponce’s co-workers. Witnesses described the gunman…

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Black P. Stones: 15 Arrested During A Series Of Raids In Los Angeles

Aiming to quell a rash of violence plaguing a South Los Angeles community, police officers raided more than a dozen homes Thursday and seized an array of high-powered rifles, ballistic armor, handguns and more than $50,000 worth of drugs. Fifteen members of the Los Angeles-based Black P. Stones street gang were arrested during the early…

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Gang Members Arrested In The 1993 LA Apartment Fire That killed 10

Police have arrested several 18th Street gang members for a 1993 apartment building fire that killed 10 people, including seven children, it was announced Saturday. Those arrested remained jailed, Officer Aareon Jefferson said. He had no other details. Police planned to hold a news conference on Monday. The three-story building in the Westlake district caught…

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Pasadena Police: Escalated gang feud responsible for deaths, violence throughout San Gabriel Valley

Pasadena police blame gang feud between rival gangs: the Pasadena Denver Lanes, Altadena Blocc Crips, Du Roc Crips, among others, for recent homicides in the San Gabriel Valley. Investigators in Pasadena and Pomona believe double homicides committed in each community earlier this month are the result of an escalated gang feud in the San Gabriel…

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Ex-Gang Member Whose Sentence Was Commuted By Obama Is murdered

A former gang member saw his prison sentence commuted by then-President Obama in November—only to be killed almost exactly two months later. Demarlon Thomas, 31, was transitioning out of the federal prison system in a Saginaw, Mich., halfway house after having his sentence commuted Nov. 22. Two masked gunmen brandishing assault-style weapons sought out and…

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Gang-related shooting in front of South LA police station wounds 1

A man was critically wounded Saturday by gunfire in a gang-related shooting that occurred right in front of a police station in South Los Angeles. The gunfire erupted at 1:30 a.m. in front of the Los Angeles Police Department’s 77th Street Station at 7600 S. Broadway, and officers immediately detained three men, said the station’s…

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Hoover Street In Los Angeles Was Shut Down After A House Party Shootout With Police

Sunday night, Hoover Street in South Central Los Angeles was shut down after a shootout involving police at a house party. The shooting happened near 99th and Hoover Streets, in an area claimed by the Hoover Criminal Gang. According to NBC News, once Police were spotted, some people ran and ten were detained at the house…

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Three Men Found Dead In Triple Shooting At Park In Compton

A triple homicide investigation is underway in Compton Wednesday after three men were found shot to death inside a park maintenance shack the night before, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The shooting took place at Raymond Street Park, located in the 500 block of Raymond Street, sometime between 9 p.m. and 11…

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LAPD Chief Says The Department Will Refuse To Aid Donald Trump’s Deportation Efforts

Donald Trump has pledged to begin deporting millions of undocumented immigrants as soon as he takes office next year. For now, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has no plans to help him do it. “We’re going to maintain the same posture we always have,” Beck told KNX 1070 Monday. “We don’t make detentions or…

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