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Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Gangs may be linked to Redlands shooting - San Bernardino County Sun

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Gangs may be linked to Redlands shooting - San Bernardino County Sun: "Redlands Police Department confirmed they are investigating gang members in the shooting that left two teens dead and another two injured Wednesday in Redlands.

'We're looking into numerous people, some who are members of street gangs,' said Lt. Chris Catren.

Around 7 p.m. Jan. 5, a group of five boys were attacked in the playground area of the Cinnamon Creek Apartments on Oxford Drive in Redlands.

'We're still working on covering the specifics of it but at this point, it's clear to us the suspect knew what he was doing, he knew who he was shooting at,' said Redlands Police Chief Jim Bueermann. 'It's clear to us that he was trying to shoot all of them. We don't believe this was some spur-of-the-moment event. We think he followed them for a while before attacking them.'

Catren said he does not believe the two boys killed, 17-year-old Quinn McCaleb and 16-year-old Andrew Jackson, or the other three boys who were attacked that night were gang members"

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