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Monday, 24 May 2010

UK Wired News - Fourteen arrested in gang crime crackdown in Manchester

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UK Wired News - Fourteen arrested in gang crime crackdown in Manchester: "Fourteen people have been arrested and guns seized in police raids targeting gang-related crime in Manchester.
The raids in Longsight and Moss Side follow a violent incident in Selworthy Road, Moss Side, in April, police said.
A group of men threatened each other with machetes and baseball bats in front of residents on 10 April.
The people being held are aged 17 to 31. Eleven were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder, two on firearm offences and one on drugs offences.
Two guns were found in a house Barnhill Street, Moss Side, and an air rifle was found in nearby Whitnall Street, police said."

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