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Monday, 19 July 2010

targeted a street gang known as the '819 Boyz.'Street gang: Daytona Beach police still looking for four members of the 819 Boyz .

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Street gang: Daytona Beach police still looking for four members of the 819 Boyz - "Four men, all facing federal charges, remain at large after a 20-month investigation in Daytona Beach that targeted a street gang known as the '819 Boyz.'

Daytona Beach police Chief Mike Chitwood called one of those four, Antonio W. Jones Jr., 20, the 'most violent' of the 42 suspects identified in 'Operation 819,' which was conducted jointly by his agency and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

'He's the one guy we wanted to get our hands on,' Chitwood said of Jones.

Police said the gang chose 819 as its name because it was the street address of a federal housing project on South Street. That complex has since been razed and replaced by Lakeside Village Apartments, he said."

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