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Friday, 14 May 2010

Tongan Crip Gang Members, Associates Charged in Utah with RICO, Other Violations

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Tongan Crip Gang Members, Associates Charged in Utah with RICO, Other Violations: "Seventeen members and associates of the Tongan Crip Gang, also known as TCG, have been charged in a 29-count federal indictment that alleges the gang is a criminal organization engaged in acts of violence to enhance the gang’s prestige and to protect and expand the gang’s operations. The indictment includes one count charging nine defendants with conspiracy to conduct the affairs of an enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity (RICO).
The indictment, returned by a federal grand jury in Salt Lake City Thursday, was unsealed Wednesday afternoon.
Charged in the indictment are Eric Kamahele, aka Smooth; Mataika Tuai, aka Fish; Latutaofieikii Fakaosiula; Vainga Kinikini; Tevita Tolutau, aka Kingi; Siale Angilau, aka C-Down; Penisimani Fangupo, aka Deuce; David Kamoto, aka D-Down; Viliami Loumoli, aka Eazy V; Daniel Maumau, aka D-Loc; Kepa Maumau, aka Kap-Loc; Charles Moa, aka Slim-Loc; George Pupunu, aka T-Rex; Sitamipa Toki, aka Tok-Loc; John Tuakalau, aka Sin-Loc; Peter Tuiaki, aka Pistol-Pete; and David Walsh, aka D-Nutt."

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