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Friday, 2 July 2010

street gang '819 Boyz' arrests: Four more arrests brings to 37 the number of arrests in Daytona Beach -

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Gang arrests: Four more arrests brings to 37 the number of arrests in Daytona Beach - "arrrest this afternoon of a New Smyrna Beach man, 37 members of the street gang '819 Boyz' have been arrested as part of Operation 819, a 20-month investigation into violent gun- and drug-related crimes in Daytona Beach.
Most of the arrests occurred Tuesday as part of the joint operation between Daytona Beach police and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Another five suspects are being sought.
They chose 819 as the name of the gang because it was the street address of a federal housing project on South Street, said Daytona Beach police Sgt. Paul Barnett. That complex has since been razed and replaced by Lakeside Village Apartments, he said.
During more than 100 undercover operations, federal agents and Daytona Beach officers bought 78 firearms, 1,200 grams of crack cocaine and more than 400 prescription pain pills. One weapon, a shotgun, had been stolen from a Volusia County deputy sheriff."

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