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Thursday, 24 May 2012

3 NCCo gang members sentenced

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Three members of a Wilmington gang have been given lengthy prison sentences after a street war with a rival gang ended in at least 5 gun battles that left 2 dead in the spring of 2010.  The 3 were charged with the crime of Gang Participation which allows prosecutors to present evidence demonstrating the overall scope of criminal activity that the gang is committing.  Kevin Rasin was also charged with first degree murder and other offenses and sentenced to life without parole.  Marc Taylor was sentenced to 15 ½  years in prison and Terrence Mills, who was also charged with manslaughter was sentenced to 16 years in prison.

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