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Thursday, 27 November 2008

Stone Crusher Gang members charged

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Charged are Andrew 'Blacka Shines' Cox, 19, Adrian 'Banga' Lofters, 23, Lenford 'Bungie' Brown, 21, and 22-year-old Jerome Millwood. When the case was mentioned yesterday, the prosecution outlined that the investigating officer was in a car accident and unable to make arrangements to have the main witness in the matter taken to court. The men were charged with five counts of murder for the July 2006 massacre in the volatile Norwood community where five family members were killed and their homes set on fire. In light of the circumstances a new date of February 4, 2009 was set. Allegations are that gunmen shot and killed 43-year-old Patrick Anderson, 29-year-old Natalie Ferguson, 57-year-old Linda Malcolm, her common-law husband, 62-year-old Michael The attackers also torched the houses of Anderson and the Montaques.

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