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Saturday, 15 May 2010

Gang motives explored in North Richmond triple-homicide - San Jose Mercury News


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Gang motives explored in North Richmond triple-homicide - San Jose Mercury News: "Gang motives may have fueled a drive-by shooting that left three men dead and wounded another in what the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office is calling this unincorporated community's deadliest day in more than a decade.
Investigators also are exploring whether the triple-homicide, which occurred about 9 p.m. Thursday in the 1700 block of Truman Street, is related to a shooting reported earlier that day in North Richmond.
The dead were identified as Lawrence Gadlin, 23, of Berkeley; Gerald Jackson, 34, of Richmond; and Tony Albert, 51, of North Richmond. A fourth man was wounded but has been released from a hospital, said sheriff's Capt. Steve Warne."


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