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Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Repeated Sarasota arrests, but no 'guilty' |

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Repeated Sarasota arrests, but no 'guilty' | "Rose Salem, 42, is the mother of DeAndre Tunstall, whom police suspect of being the leader of the most violent street gang in Sarasota County. Four members have been convicted of murder in recent months and the gang is accused in dozens of armed robberies in North Sarasota.
Salem said detectives -- who filed racketeering charges against six alleged gang members, including Tunstall, earlier this month -- have also threatened her with racketeering charges for gang-related crimes.
'Gang related?' she said Saturday afternoon, a little more than 12 hours after her release from jail, as she sipped orange drink in her husband's auto shop. 'I ain't in no gang.'"

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