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Friday, 7 January 2011

Saginaw police say nine suspected gang members face drug charges |

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Saginaw police say nine suspected gang members face drug charges | "Five Northside-Projects gang members are in custody while police look for the four others.

The warrants were issued late last week. The four people police are looking for are 28-year-old Robert Moore, 21-year-old Timmie Favorite, 19-year-old Robbie Cotton, and 22-year-old Ivory Hatfield.

The four, along with the five behind bars, are accused of selling narcotics to undercover officers. Police are conducting an active search for all four men.

'We are asking the citizens of Saginaw to help us out. If they see them, please don't try to intervene. Call the Saginaw Police Department. They should be considered armed and dangerous,' said Saginaw Police Detective Sgt. Joe Dutoi."

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