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Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Angered members of the Bounty Hunters gang, which is an enforcement arm of the Bloods and has been responsible for several brutal slayings

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Seven people were indicted Monday in Baltimore City Circuit Court in the beating, stabbing and burning of a 20-year-old man who sources say angered fellow members of a ruthless gang.Court documents allege that on Dec. 28, 2008, Grechauna Rogers, 16, Sierra Pyles, 19, Anthony O. Williams, 23, Devin Melton, 17, and Tenisha Lawson, 18, and Lawrence Walker, 19, were involved with the death of Petro Taylor, 20. His body was found in Leakin Park burned beyond recognition.A seventh man was indicted and detained Monday evening, sources said, though his name was not immediately available.Prosecutors did not seek an indictment for one man who was previously charged in the crime, 23-year-old Terrell Tavon Gray, and charges will be dropped Tuesday. Still, the case represents an unusually large number of co-defendants, police and prosecutors say.Sources say Taylor angered members of the Bounty Hunters gang, which is an enforcement arm of the Bloods and has been responsible for several brutal slayings in recent years, including one man who was stabbed with a samurai sword and set on fire.Taylor had failed to deposit money in a gang leader's spending account in a Baltimore County jail, the sources said, and was beaten at a Northwest Baltimore motel. His body was wrapped in a blanket and taken to Leakin Park, where he was stabbed, doused in gasoline, and set on fire.

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