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Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Eleven of 13 suspected Bloods gang members held without bond.


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Those ordered held without bond were: Jason Campbell, Jawaad Nash, Tavarus Sturdivant, James Lamar Vaughn, Marco Wigfall, Robert Springs, Joey Williams, Daryl Gibbs, Sanchez Hudson, Malik Billings and Garwin Harris.U.S. Magistrate Judge David Keesler on Tuesday ordered the 11 defendants held without bond.Eleven of 13 suspected Bloods gang members and associates arrested last week on a string of drug, firearms and robbery charges won't likely get out of jail while awaiting trial.Many of the suspected Bloods gang members and associates have long arrest records and multiple convictions. Nine have spent time in state prisons.
The defendants are accused of conspiring to sell cocaine, heroin and marijuana. They conducted the bulk of their drug trafficking and other criminal activity in an area along Beatties Ford Road between Capps Hill Mine Road and Brookshire Boulevard, according to the indictment.Federal authorities said another alleged source of the gang's income came from robberies of other drug dealers.Keesler set a $50,000 unsecured bond for Felicia Baucum. The magistrate ordered that she be placed on home detention with electronic monitoring and that she have no contact with gang members or associates.


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