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Saturday, 27 March 2010

Trevor J. Trammel, aka “Boss Man,” 19, was identified as a member of the violent street gang Dayton View Hustlers

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Trevor J. Trammel, aka “Boss Man,” 19, was identified as a member of the violent street gang Dayton View Hustlers. About 1 a.m., Ouqessou, was locking up the store when Trammell approached him with a handgun and demanded money. Trammel fired four shots, striking Ouqessou at least once in the lower abdomen.Two others, Thaddius S. Core, aka “Man,” 21, and Charles A. Calahan, aka “Ed,” 23, acted as lookouts. Each was sentenced to 14 years in prison.Carter M. Stewart, U. S. attorney, Keith L. Bennett, FBI special agent in charge, and Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl announced the sentences handed down by U. S. District Judge Thomas M. Rose.
Trammel pleaded guilty on Dec. 30 to shooting Ouqessou. Core and Calahan also pleaded guilty on Dec. 30 to one count of violating the Hobbs Act by interfering with commerce by violence.The gang-targeting FBI Miami Valley Safe Streets Task Force and the Dayton Police Department Homicide Unit investigated the robbery.Video from a store security camera was broadcast locally as part of the investigation.
After the video aired, Dayton Police received a tip through Crime Stoppers that Trammel was involved. Further investigation led to the arrests of the three men on Jan. 15, 2009. They have been in custody since their arrests.“Prompt response from the public and a thorough, cooperative investigation by the FBI and Dayton Police helped solve this senseless and violent crime,” Stewart said.Stewart thanked FBI agents, Dayton detectives and Task Force officers, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Dwight Keller, who prosecuted the case.

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