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Monday, 17 May 2010

Hugo man charged with marking girls with gang tattoos, police say -

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Hugo man charged with marking girls with gang tattoos, police say - "accused of tattooing teenage girls with gang markings as a way of branding them as his 'home girls.'
Police began investigating Jimmy Carter Lee, 29, in the fall, after a runaway teen was found at his home, according to an application for a search warrant filed in Washington County District Court in January.
A Harding High School resource officer and a St. Paul vice squad officer reported speaking with several 15-year-old girls who had been frequenting Lee's home. Some of the girls had been tattooed with the letters 'OMG,' which police say marks them as the 'girls' of the OMB, or Oroville Mono Boys gang, according to a criminal complaint filed May 1 in Washington County.
One girl told police Lee used a 'tattoo type machine' and 'told her she was now one of his 'home girls.' '
Washington County sheriff's Cmdr. Pat Olson could not confirm whether Lee is an official OMB gang member and said there is an ongoing investigation into the case."

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