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Saturday, 30 October 2010

Alleged Acorn Gang Leader Sentenced For Attempted Murder - The Bay Citizen

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Alleged Acorn Gang Leader Sentenced For Attempted Murder - The Bay Citizen: "sentencing of two alleged members of the Acorn gang.
Elijah Thomas and Marc Anthony Candler may spend the rest of their lives in prison for the attempted murder in 2006 of Jermel Holloway, an alleged member of the rival Ghosttown gang.
In a courtroom devoid of the once ubiquitous television lights, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Thomas Reardon sentenced both men to maximum sentences of life in prison. With gang enhancements, Thomas received a minimum of 40 years and Candler 48 years in prison.
The two men were originally arrested in 2008 as a result of the Oakland Police Department’s “Operation Nutcracker,” a three-month-long, high-profile investigation that netted the arrests of 54 alleged members of the Acorn gang."

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