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Friday, 14 November 2008

Feuding between Deep-C gangsters and traditional rival groups in North Richmond accounted for many bodies during the past two years

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More than 200 law enforcement officers swarmed city streets beginning at 7 a.m., serving dozens of search warrants and arresting more than 40 gang suspects accused of fomenting violence, drug-dealing and prostitution.Feuding between Deep-C and traditional rival groups in North Richmond accounted for many bodies during the past two years, authorities say."They make their money through narcotics, prostitution and violence. And they make sure their area is clear of other gangs," said John George, special agent in charge of the BNE's San Francisco office. "This operation targeted the shot-callers ... and we also tracked the drug dealers who were supplying Deep-C and bringing illegal drugs into Richmond."The Contra Costa District Attorney's Office will prosecute all cases in Superior Court, George said. The bulk of charges involve drug-dealing, weapons violations and gang enhancements. The investigation also uncovered pimping at a hotel immediately outside Richmond, George said.

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