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Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Star News Group | Teen street gang is ‘fresh off the boat’ …

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Star News Group | Teen street gang is ‘fresh off the boat’ …: "DETECTIVES believe members of a teenage gang, who call themselves the FOBS (fresh off the boats), are responsible for a series of “callous and unprovoked attacks” in Hampton Park.

Police are warning the public about the “escalating issue of gang related violence” in the area following yet another attack which left Hampton Park man Patrick Duval with lacerations to his face and arms, swelling to his head and a possible broken nose.

Detective Senior Constable David Measham said Pacific Islander teenagers as young as 13 were involved in the gang, which congregate in the skate park near Hampton Park Secondary College.

Police have charged a 16-year-old boy from Hampton Park with assault and robbery following the attack on Mr Duval on Friday night."

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