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Saturday, 17 April 2010

Jewish & World News: Over 100 Queens gang members arrested in massive drug, gun bust

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Jewish & World News: Over 100 Queens gang members arrested in massive drug, gun bust: "the 'Flocc' street gang.The gang -- a rare alliance consisting of Crips and Bloods members -- were based in Far Rockaway and making $15,000 a week from peddling guns and narcotics, police said.The two-year probe -- known as 'Operation: Under Siege' -- began when NYPD officers assigned to the Queens Gang Squad and the DA's Narcotics Investigations Bureau began to focus on an alleged drug network.
'This untraditional gang alliance's alleged propensity for violence knew no bounds. In one instance, a marked NYPD patrol car occupied by two officers was shot at during a shootout between rival gangs. Fortunately, both officers escaped injury,' said Brown.Through police wiretaps, cops said they learned that Keith Livingston, a member of the Bloods, had planned to shoot officers performing foot patrol from a rooftop in Jamaica, authorities said.
Livingston was charged with criminal possession of weapons last year after police allegedly seized a bag containing a 9mm handgun, a defaced 9mm hi-point rifle and various amounts of ammunition belonging to him."

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