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Monday, 17 January 2011

Hunted Trenton gangster 'Baddy' Jackson stays on the loose -

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Hunted Trenton gangster 'Baddy' Jackson stays on the loose - "Mercer County Sheriff’s officers came up empty in their hunt for a fugitive gang member who remains at large, but five other people, including one known for his connection to an infamous chapter in city history, were arrested in the wake of the investigation.

Detectives were searching for Kevin “Baddy” Jackson, and the trail they followed to seek him out was apparently littered with guns, drugs and gangsters.

Jackson, 30, of South Clinton Avenue, is also known as Kevin Hopson, officials said, and he’s known to law enforcement as a high-ranking member of the Bloods street gang.

Jackson’s wanted for failing to appear in court for sentencing on drug and weapons offenses."

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