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Monday, 4 June 2012

Tyrone Jackson, one of the fugitive suspected member of the MOB gang, was arrested early Thursday morning

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Tyrone Jackson, one of the fugitive suspected member of the MOB gang, was arrested early Thursday morning, according to the Lorain County Sheriff’s Office. However, the 33-year-old Lorain man was released yesterday from jail after T-Bonds, a bail bond company, posted his $500,000 bond. Jackson was indicted on a gang charge and Lorain police say he is a member of the violent MOB gang, which stands for Member of Blood or Money over Bitches. Twenty suspected gang leaders have been arrested and two more are still fugitives. Lorain police have said that the gang may be responsible for nine out of the city’s last 12 murders and other crimes such as home invasions, shootings and drug trafficking. The remaining two fugitives are Eric Echols and Marlo Sanford

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