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Thursday, 12 April 2012

Authorities Capture 3 Members Of Gangster Disciples, Including "The Big Homie," After Carjacking, Robbery


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Stephone Reed Authorities said they have captured three members of the local Gangster Disciples, including the gang's leader, after a carjacking and robbery. Police said Stephone Lee Reed, 21, of 3301 Through St., is the gang's "Big Homie." Also arrested were Anston Baker and Demarquis Dillard. After the March 31 incident in Brainerd, a Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper spotted the stolen car in Bradley County. It was stopped after a pursuit. Baker and Dillard were captured in the car, but Reed fled and was later caught. Amanda West told police she was arriving home at 312 McBrien Road when three black males approached her and demanded her vehicle. She said one of the trio, who had dreadlocks in his hair, pointed a gun at her and demanded items she had in her hand as well as the vehicle.


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