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Thursday, 7 August 2008

Diamond Cut street gang members accused of being involved in a major cocaine and heroin drug ring


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Arrests Tuesday, Aug. 5, of Diamond Cut street gang members accused of being involved in a major cocaine and heroin drug ring is a watershed moment that could lead to more arrests, Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer said.Plummer's deputies, Dayton police and up to 40 members of other area law enforcement agencies armed with federal criminal complaints carried out the raid, coordinated by the FBI, on suspected drug trafficking."It was a high target for us," Plummer said. "We have several gangs in this community. This was one of the top gangs," he said of Diamond Cut.Thirteen men were named in the indictments. Nine were arrested Tuesday morning, three more Tuesday evening. One remained on the run Tuesday night.
FBI spokesman Michael E. Brooks said arrests began at 6 a.m. with the help of police in Dayton, Trotwood, Clayton, Harrison Twp. and Kettering. Federal seizure warrants have been obtained for 10 vehicles. Ten homes were searched also.Dayton police Sgt. Dennis Chaney, who said the arrests followed an 18-month investigation, noted that more arrests are likely."It's not over," he said.


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1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Diamond cut is Nowhere near a gang

We A big family/money crew

We try 2 get jobs but all da gud jobs are tookin

We jus like errybody else out here trynna get a dollar

I put it on dcut if the D.T's waznt getn paid 4 dis all my niggaz still would b free!!!

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