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Thursday, 7 July 2011

Ten local members of a Brooklyn “Bloods” gang were arrested for allegedly firebombing three houses in Norristown to intimidate those suspected of cooperating with gang investigators.

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The local members, two of whom are juveniles, are also accused of assaults and robberies.

A six-month, grand jury investigation found that a 23-year-old Brooklyn man, Augustus Anthony Simmons, of the 700 block of East 23rd Street, allegedly ordered all of the arsons. He is charged with attempted murder, multiple counts of arson and robbery, aggravated assault, causing or risking a catastophe, retaliation against a witness or victim, and related charges. Simmons is being held without bail in county prison.

Also arrested for attempted murder and arson were three Norristown defendants — Leon John Lobban, 19, Anthony Ray Knight, 22, and Arienne Dayna Hernandez, 20.

Facing robbery, corrupt organizations and related charges are Steven Kyle Freas, 26, and Jason Allen Freas, 29, both of Plymouth Meeting. Amber Marie Lucas, 19, also of Plymouth Meeting, is charged with perjury and corrupt organizations.

A Pottstown man, Emmett Pearson, 24, is charged with robbery, retaliation again a witness or victim and corrupt organizations.

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