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Monday, 17 January 2011

Black P-Stones street gang CPD's "Operation Sugar Magnolia" Hits Uptown Gang & Drug Sales

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Uptown Update: CPD's "Operation Sugar Magnolia" Hits Uptown Gang & Drug Sales: "‘Operation Sugar Magnolia’ targeted members of the Black P-Stones street gang operating in and around the area of Magnolia and Wilson in the Uptown neighborhood. This operation closed an estimated $500,000-a-year narcotics enterprise that is responsible for recent gang violence in the area. Two of the individuals charged were already in custody, charged with committing violent crimes.

During the course of the investigation, police were able to seize quantities of cash and crack cocaine. Utilizing surveillance, undercover work and other investigatory techniques, police were able to obtain arrest warrants on 10 individuals involved in gang and narcotics activity in the 23rd District."

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