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Saturday, 10 March 2012

2 men arrested in gang sweep sentenced to 20 years

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Two Northern California men arrested last fall during a sweep of suspected gang members have been sentenced to 20 years in prison. Prosecutors say 37-year-old Miguel Gonzalez and 31-year-old Adrian Gamino were both sentenced by a federal judge in San Jose Wednesday after pleading guilty in December to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine. U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag says Gonzalez, who is from Salinas, and Gamino from Morgan Hill, were the first of two defendants to be sentenced after more than 100 suspected gang members were arrested in a series of raids in Alameda, Santa Clara, San Benito, Monterey and Santa Cruz counties. The arrests came after a seven-month undercover investigation dubbed "Garlic Press" where federal and local moved to crack down on violent gangs. During the raids, authorities say the seized more than 50 guns and methamphetamine with a street value of more than $100,000.

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