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Saturday, 2 October 2010

Two charged as police target Sarasota gang | HeraldTribune.com


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Two charged as police target Sarasota gang | HeraldTribune.com: "Authorities say they have charged two more members of the notorious street gang Second Line. Also, the police have for the first time revealed the litany of crimes they say gang members have committed.
Kearney FORTHCOMING CHARGESPolice say eight members of the street gang Second Line
were responsible for a series of crimes throughout north Sarasota. Several
members are expected to be arraigned today, and authorities say they are
responsible for:
n39 drug charges, such as selling cocaine and marijuana
and maintaining a drug house.
n16 counts of assault or battery,
including the beating of a woman in March 2007.
n15 counts of burglary, including
a March 2003 break-in at Sam's Classic Bikes on 13th Street.
nFour murders, including the
September 2008 shooting of a Publix clerk outside his home on Orange Avenue.
Claridy Sarasota police detectives this week filed two felony counts against Bryson Kearney, 25, and Lee 'Lil Lee' Claridy, 23, raising the number of suspected gang members charged with racketeering to eight. Several members of the gang are expected to be arraigned this morning.
Last month, authorities arrested six other suspected Second Line members and said they engaged in a series of crimes throughout Newtown that frustrated police and left residents in fear.
At the time of the arrests, however, police and a statewide prosecutor kept details of Second Line's crimes sealed."


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