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Sunday, 10 October 2010

Markham ID'd as gang member at separate hearing -

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Markham ID'd as gang member at separate hearing - "Terrell 'T-Money' Markham was named among other members of the I.E. Projects street gang who were arrested Aug. 8 for hanging out together in the gang's injunction area.
The news about Markham, 19, was revealed Friday during a probation violation hearing for Dennis Lyn Houston in a drug and weapons case in San Bernardino Superior Court. Markham was identified as a member of the Projects gang at the hearing.
After listening to witness testimony, Judge Brian McCarville determined that Houston had failed to register as a drug user and a gang member, was with known convicted felons and did not carry his probation terms with him during two stops by law enforcement on Aug. 5 and Aug. 8.
Houston was sentenced to five years in state prison, a sentence that had been suspended on July 13 when he entered into a plea bargain with prosecutors and was granted probation. Within less than a month, Houston was back in custody.
'I know that I messed up,' said Houston, also apologizing to everyone for wasting time. He said he would accept his sentence if he was sent to prison."

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