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Sunday, 16 May 2010

Gang Injunction Names Names, and Suit Follows -

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Gang Injunction Names Names, and Suit Follows - "Lucio Gonzalez, a 33-year-old unemployed truck driver from a tough part of Fairfield, said he was scared to look out the door at night, but not because of the area’s gangs. He thinks he will be a casualty of police efforts to control gang activity.
“I feel like the police are going to kick in the door,” said Mr. Gonzalez, who has a 2-year-old son. “Who is going to watch my kid if they take me away? I’m paranoid, looking out the window like, Are they out there right now? They take pictures of me, of my cars and my house. They constantly pull me over. They give me tickets for everything.”
To the Fairfield police, Mr. Gonzalez is a known member of the Norteños, a violent street gang they have sought to restrict through a court-ordered civil gang injunction."

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