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Friday, 26 March 2010

Three alleged members of an Auburn gang were charged with conspiring to kill rival gang members.


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Gregory Joseph Bolduc, 19, Brian Cortes, 18, and a 15-year-old boy -- who The Times is not naming because he is a juvenile -- were charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder for planning to shoot three rival gang members in retaliation for an attack at a bus stop on the afternoon of March 15, according to court charging documents. Authorities learned about the plan after being notified by a police informant. The informant said that the three teens encouraged them to buy guns to help them retaliate, charging papers said.Police interceded, confiscated weapons and arrested the youths. A fourth man, Ricardo Martinez-Perez, 19, was arrested and charged with three counts of illegal possession of a firearm. Martinez-Perez is accused of selling firearms to the police informant, charging papers said.King County Deputy Prosecutor Julie Kline said in court paperwork that her office plans to ask that the 15-year-old be prosecuted as an adult.


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