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Friday, 11 July 2008

20-year-old facing the second-degree felony charges told police he is a "Blood" and a member of the Black Mafia Gangsters and Piru Street Gang


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20-year-old man was charged with aggravated robbery with a gang penalty enhancement after robbing two men, beating them up and leaving them in the middle of a baseball field in their underwear.
The two men met up in the baseball field at Bingham High School on June 26 when they were approached by a man carrying a handgun who told them to empty their pockets, according to court documents filed in the 3rd District Court on Thursday.
The man with the gun pointed it toward the head of one of the victims and said, "I should just shoot you right now," the documents state. While they were being robbed, the victims also saw five more men coming toward them, including the 20-year-old facing charges.
That man and the others then kicked and punched the two victims until one of them lost consciousness, according to court documents.
At some point, the men ordered the two victims to undress, and left them on the field wearing only their underwear and socks.
The attackers took the victims' clothing, car keys, cell phones and wallets.
The 20-year-old facing the second-degree felony charges told police he is a self-proclaimed "Blood" and a member of both the Black Mafia Gangsters and Piru street gangs.


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