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Friday, 26 February 2010

Hmong Nation Society gang member known for the black Hummer he drives Kue, also known as "Bonez," was arrested

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Jer Kue, also known as "Bonez," was arrested about 5:45 a.m. by the Yuba-Sutter Gang Task Force on suspicion of criminal street gang participation and child endangerment, said Mike Hudson, commander of the Yuba-Sutter Narcotic Enforcement Team, or NET-5. Hmong Nation Society gang member known for the black Hummer he drives was arrested early Thursday at his home in the 1400 block of Sicard Street in Marysville, a law enforcement official said.Officers found a loaded .45-caliber Glock handgun in a laundry basket within reach of Kue's four children, ages 5, 4, 2 and 9 months, said Hudson."Also found were numerous pictures of Hmong Nation Society gang members displaying gang signs and several pictures depicting children dressed in gang attire. One of the pictures even depicted an infant dressed in gang attire," Hudson said.
Kue is the brother of Pheng Kue, 14, who was convicted last year in Yuba County Superior Court of the 2008 murder of Raymond Castro in East Linda.Yuba County Child Protective Services released Kue's children to the custody of his wife. Kue was booked into Yuba County Jail, said Hudson.Because of numerous reports of Kue brandishing guns from the Hummer, the Yuba City Police Department SWAT team accompanied the task force. A double-barreled shotgun was also found at the home."The Hmong Nation Society gang is an extremely violent street gang operating primarily in Marysville and Yuba County. HNS gang members are involved in numerous violent crimes, including drive-by shootings and murder," Hudson said.
"It's disheartening anytime law enforcement comes across pictures depicting children as gang members. These kids don't know any better and don't realize the consequences of gang membership. It's either prison, an early death or — as most gang members come to find out — both," he said.

The Hmong Nation Society was originally formed from members of three different gang — the Oroville Mono Boys, the Asian Family Gangsters and the Pacific Lover Boys in the early-to-mid-1990s. The HNC has been documented by Yuba County since 1995, Hudson said.

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