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Saturday, 13 December 2008

Shirishah Robinson,Member of the Bloods street gang got seven years in prison

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Member of the Bloods street gang got seven years in prison today for dealing heroin and crack and breaking firearms laws in Bensalem, federal prosecutors announced.The sentence in federal court in Philadelphia follows a guilty plea by 27-year-old Shirishah Robinson, Acting U.S. Attorney Laurie Magid said in a release. In November 2007, Robinson was caught in Bensalem with nearly 10 grams of a heroin and 588 packets containing about 14 grams of crack cocaine. She also had some bullets. And because she was previously convicted of a felony in Pennsylvania, and thus prohibited from carrying a firearm or aummunition, she was criminally charged with carrying 43 rounds of .380 caliber ammunition and 39 rounds of .357 caliber ammunition. The case was investigated by the FBI’s Bucks County Violent Gang Task Force and the Bensalem Township Police Department.

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