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Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Watsonville police: September slaying was gang training - San Jose Mercury News

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Watsonville police: September slaying was gang training - San Jose Mercury News: "fatal shooting of a gang wannabe last fall was a training for younger gang members, Watsonville police said Monday.
Two suspected Sureno gang members were arrested Friday for their alleged roles in the killing of Richard Campos, 21, near Roache Road and Carey Avenue the night of Sept. 15.
Joel Sanchez, 30, and Jose Meza, 18, both of Watsonville are due in court Tuesday morning to face charges of murder and gang participation, crimes that could send them to prison for the rest of their lives if they are convicted.
The two are accused of gunning down Campos because they thought he belonged to a rival gang. Campos had gang-related tattoos on his face, was cleaning out his red car and wearing gang-affiliated clothing the night he was killed, police have said.
Meza, who was 17 at the time, and Sanchez were dropped off near Campos's car, walked up to him and opened fire, according to Sgt. Saul Gonzalez."

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