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Friday, 21 May 2010

Street Gang Target Of Police Sweep - KCBS

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Street Gang Target Of Police Sweep - KCBS: "“Ghost Town Gang” popped onto the Oakland police’s radar when there was a spike in violent crime in West Oakland.
Authorities said gang members were pushing drugs.
”So we starting doing our focus, we started having our under officers going and buying drugs from gang members,” said Oakland Police spokesman Jeff Thomason. “Today, we’re serving arrest warrants on this particular gang.”
Thomason tells CBS5 that a judge signed arrest warrants naming more than 30 suspects.
By noon on Thursday, 15 people were in custody, three firearms, including an assault weapon were recovered along with various amounts of narcotics."

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