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Thursday, 24 June 2010

12 charged with crack trafficking near Philly - The York Daily Record

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12 charged with crack trafficking near Philly - The York Daily Record: "U.S. Attorney Zane Memeger (MEH'-meh-jur) says members of Darby Borough's Third Street gang dealt crack near schools and a day care center. Ten of the 12 are in custody.
The federal charges announced Thursday include conspiracy and distribution of crack from 2007 to this year.
In a related development, local and federal officials say about 40 people were arrested overnight during a sweep through Darby.
Police Chief Robert Smythe says some are connected to the Third Street gang. He says the rest face unrelated state charges pertaining to guns, drugs and other crimes."

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