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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Six reputed members of the Brown Pride Locos street gang were arrested today

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Six reputed members of the Brown Pride Locos street gang were arrested today, in the latest move by local law enforcement against gang activity in Bradenton and Manatee County.
The six were charged with racketeering and conspiracy to racketeering, reflecting the continuing strategy of going after gang members for their alleged associations and organized crime activities and not for specific offenses.
The arrests come after an 18-month-long investigation by the Bradenton Police Department, the state attorney's office, the Office of the Statewide Prosecutor and the Manatee County Sheriff's Office, according to a news release from the Bradenton Police Department

The six suspects arrested today, according to the police department, are:
Natalio "Lonely" Deleon, 22; Juan Carlos "Lazy" Hernandez, 22; Jessie Scott "Bola" Fuentes, 18; Jason "J" Molina, 25; Raul "Sleep" Mondragon, 21; and Moises "Cartoon" Antunes Jr. 23.
They are all from Bradenton.
They were being held at the Manatee County jail on bonds totaling $1 million each, according to Bradenton police and the jail website.

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