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Friday, 24 September 2010

BLOODS Gang Members Charged With Drug Distribution

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North Country Gazette » Gang Members Charged With Drug Distribution: "major takedown of 41 members and associates of the violent “Bloods” street gang, including a Lake George man, who were allegedly operating a narcotics distribution ring that sold cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and guns throughout the Capital Region and elsewhere in New York.
As part of a multi-agency investigation code-named “Operation Blood Trail,” state and local law enforcement agents led by the New York State Attorney General’s Organized Crime Task Force (OCTF) and the Albany Police Department conducted a seven month-long investigation that included undercover operations, hundreds of hours of covert surveillance, and wiretaps.
The investigation was sparked by a tip detailing a massive and violent drug operation. The subsequent investigation established the existence of a narcotics pipeline that flowed from Long Island and Brooklyn to Albany’s South End, Arbor Hill, Clifton Park, Lake George, Watervliet, Schenectady, Troy, and Cohoes. Every month, these gang-affiliated dealers were responsible for tens of thousands of dollars in illicit drug sales."

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