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Monday, 10 May 2010

'Operation Groundhog' roots out 42 suspected gang members in Watsonville - San Jose Mercury News

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'Operation Groundhog' roots out 42 suspected gang members in Watsonville - San Jose Mercury News: "Forty-two suspected gang members have been arrested after a year-long investigation into a violent Sureno street gang in Watsonville.
'Operation Groundhog' rooted out the Poorside gang, an organization of about 200 gang members responsible for a growing number of drive-by shootings, stabbings, robberies and other attacks in the city, according to Watsonville Deputy Police Chief Rudy Escalante.
'The gang unit in the course of their duties were noticing an increase in activities in the particular street gang,' Escalante said. 'Our goal was to significantly cripple the organization the best we could.'"

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