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Tuesday, 26 January 2010

two Sureno members were assaulted by three Norteno gang members


23:00 |

Two suspected gang members were in custody and a third was being sought by Santa Rosa police early Monday following a fight between feuding gangs in Rincon Valley late Sunday night.Numerous callers reported a fight on Charmian Drive at about 10:30 p.m. Sunday. Witnesses said they saw a traffic collision followed by several males outside of the two cars and a fight.Officers determined the fight on Charmian between the two gangs had started with an assault with a deadly weapon at nearby Tanglewood Park between Sureno and Norteno gangs members, reported Sgt. Alissa Johnson.Sgt. Johnson said two Sureno members were assaulted by three Norteno gang members at the park. Weapons used included bats.Afterward, everyone left the park with the victims chasing the others to Charmian Drive where the two vehicles collided.Gang officers arrested Alfonso Velasquez, 18 and Daniel Ramos, 20, both of Santa Rosa. They were taken to Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, felony vandalism and participating in a criminal street gang.A 17-year-old Santa Rosa teen suspected of being part of the assault remained at large early Monday.

No one was hospitalized in the incident, police said.


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