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Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Member of Ivy Street Gang to be sentenced in Jan.


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Hampton man pleaded guilty Monday to participating in two murders during attempted drug robberies. Andra G. Green, 25, pleaded guilty to the murder of John Henry Green in January 2007, and participating in the murder of Demareo Dontae Hardy in March 2009, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia. Green was indicted in March 2011, along with seven other alleged members of the "Ivy Street Gangstas (ISG)" which operated in the area around the intersection of 9th Street and Ivy Avenue in Newport News and the area of Brittany and Sweetbriar Apartments in Hampton. Members and associates of "ISG" included members of the "Bloods" and "Crips," which are national gangs. According to the indictment, members of "ISG" were accused of coordinating with one another to commit robberies, narcotics distribution and acts of fraud in an effort to obtain money and property to benefit the gang. In a statement of facts filed with his plea agreement, Green admitted to killing John Henry Green after asking him for marijuana and picking him up outside a Speedy Mart in Newport News. The release said Green also admitted his involvement in the homicide of Demareo Dontae Hardy in the area of the Brookridge Apartment complex. Green was driving a Suburban and noticed the victim walking on the sidewalk. A co-defendant approached the victim and pushed him to the ground where three others joined in the assault by stomping and kicking the victim. The victim was shot multiple times and left without any clothes to die on the street. Green was the driver of the getaway vehicle. Green faces a life sentence on each count when he is sentenced on January 25, 2012


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