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Thursday, 12 February 2009

Arrested 10 members of the Riverside 500 Bloods gang

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Arrested 10 members of the Riverside 500 Bloods gang Thursday after an indictment was handed down earlier this week against 13 of the gang’s members. Police said they have identified at least 36 people affiliated with the gang.Police have seized tens of thousands of dollars in cash, drugs and weapons over the last several months as they investigated the gang. Charges against the gang members indicted include assault, drug trafficking and attempted murder.The gang is known for wearing red bandanas and spray-painting the moniker “500” on fences and walls around the city of Hamilton. Many of the members also have tattoos of a five-point star with "500" written across it.Hamilton police said that anyone who sees "500" appearing on walls in their neighborhood should call police, as that's a sign the gang has claimed the area.

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