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Friday, 9 January 2009

Antioch suspected gang-related shooting

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Man was wounded in the stomach Wednesday evening in a suspected gang-related shooting, police said.The victim, a 23-year-old Pittsburg man, was getting gas at a station in the 1900 block of Auto Center Drive when two vehicles occupied by a group of four to five men pulled up and started an argument with him.Antioch police Sgt. Diane Aguinaga said the victim, an associate of the Norte street gang, ignored the group taunting him, which she said consisted of associates of the rival Surenos street gang.At some point during the exchange, one of the Surenos opened fire, striking the victim in the abdomen, and the group drove away.The victim was taken to a local hospital and is expected to survive, Aguinaga said.Police did not have detailed descriptions of the group but said the vehicles were described as a white 1990s-model Toyota pickup truck and a Lincoln Town Car with 20-inch rims.

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