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Sunday, 10 July 2011

member of the Simon City Royals street gang has pleaded guilty to federal charges of possession of a firearm

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member of the Simon City Royals street gang has pleaded guilty to federal charges of possession of a firearm after a felony conviction and possession with the intent to distribute three grams of methamphetamine, U.S. District Court records show.
Daniel Vashon Cantino, 28, of D’Iberville, was arrested shortly after a Feb. 23 traffic-stop attempt on Intestate 10. Cantino led police on a vehicle pursuit until he stopped and attempted to escape on foot. During the foot chase, authorities saw Cantino dispose of a firearm, later identified as a Glock 9 mm pistol, and a white powdery substance the state Crime Lab identified as methamphetamine.
He’s scheduled for sentencing Sept. 30 in U.S. District Court.

Cantino was first arrested in March 2003 on two counts of commercial burglary of Bingo’s BBQ Shack. Both of the burglaries occurred in 2003, on Jan. 14 and March 28. Cantino was sentenced to five years, with only four to serve under non-adjudicated probation.
His probation was eventually revoked and had to serve his sentence behind bars.

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