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Friday, 4 June 2010

15 face U.S. drug, gun charges in Miami Gardens gang indictment - Miami-Dade Breaking News -

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15 face U.S. drug, gun charges in Miami Gardens gang indictment - Miami-Dade Breaking News - "Sugie, E Bone and Boobie. They call their gang the ``Murda Grove Boys.'' And they pack ammunition, drugs and stolen identities, authorities say.
On Thursday, federal prosecutors announced the indictment of 15 alleged members and associates of the Miami Gardens-based gang, which they said entrenched itself in the Myrtle Grove neighborhood. The charges centered on narcotics, weapons and identity theft crimes from May to December 2009, arrest documents show.
``The violence and crime in Myrtle Grove and surrounding neighborhoods have spiraled out of control,'' said John V. Gillies, head of the FBI's Miami office. ``Today's arrests and indictment have disrupted and struck a serious blow to the Murda GroveBoys gang operating in this area.''
The charges, which varied by individual, included possession and intent to distribute a controlled substance, possession of firearms in drug trafficking, and possession with intent to use and transfer five or more false or stolen identification documents."

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