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Thursday, 27 May 2010

Experts: Gang "associates" just as dangerous as initiated members | WSLS 10

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Experts: Gang "associates" just as dangerous as initiated members | WSLS 10: "Court papers show Lynchburg police investigators believe a deadly shooting last week might have been the result of a beef between “associates” of the Crips and Bloods street gangs.
A search warrant on file in Roanoke City Circuit Court seeking DNA evidence from a police “person of interest” in the shooting revealed Derrick Payne died of a gunshot wound to the head.
The shooting happened May 20th at a home in the 1700 block of Floyd Street, a sort of border between Crips and Bloods territories, a police source said.
Gang investigators 10 On Your Side talked to for this story said “associates” of gang members are just as deadly, if not more dangerous, than initiated members.
A Lynchburg police spokesman said investigators have talked to three “persons of interest” in the case but no arrests have been made"

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