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Thursday, 30 September 2010

14-year-old beaten to death last month for trying to quit his street gang had left another gang before


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14-year-old beaten to death last month for trying to quit his street gang had left another gang before, one of eight people accused in his death told detectives during a videotaped interrogation.

Savann Rang, 21, told Stockton police detectives upon his arrest that before Rin Ros attempted to leave the Crazy Town Crips - incurring the Aug. 6 beating that cost him his life - Ros had previously dropped out of the Loc Town Crips street gang.

"They say he's, like, a buster," Rang said of Ros. "Nobody likes a buster."

Rang's insight into Ros' death came to light Monday when the eight accused gangsters - ages 14 to 23 - underwent the first day of their preliminary hearing before San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge William Murray Jr.

In addition to Rang, the defendants are Ly So, 23; Michael Muy, 19; Ron Korm, 16; Kailler Sam, 16; Allen Phalit, 16; Sovannara Yam, 15; and Jereme Sin, 14. They all are in custody.


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