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Monday, 2 July 2012

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former member of the Hampton neighborhood crime watch wasn't shocked to learn one of five people arrested during recent drug raids at Hampton Beach and Seabrook allegedly had ties with the Latin Kings, an international street gang. "It doesn't surprise me at all," Linda Gebhart said. "I'm sure there is a lot more going on that we don't know about. I wish I could say, 'Not in my community,' but I know only too well there is some really dark stuff that goes on in any community." GANGS of N.H. The following gangs are documented as having a presence in New Hampshire, according to the 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment released by the FBI: Bay State Skinheads Bloods Brothers of the White Warriors Chinese Mafia Combatants Crips Diamond Kings Dominions Folk Gangster Disciples Hells Angels MC Iron Eagles MC Juggalos Kaotic Kings of Destruction Latin Gangster Disciples Latin Kings Milford & Company MC Mountain Men MC MS-13 Outlaws MC Pagans MC Red Villain Gangstas Rough Riders Sureños Trinitarios According to the affidavit for a search warrant in the case, Hampton police believe Jimmy "Jayda" Ambrosi, 31, who lived in Hampton, had a leadership position with a local chapter of the gang, and if he didn't meet his drug-selling quota, he would suffer the consequences. Hampton Police Chief Jamie Sullivan said he wouldn't comment on the investigation that led to Ambrosi's arrest because it's a pending case. Ambrosi, who was arrested May 4, faces four counts in federal court of distributing cocaine and one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base and one count of distribution of cocaine base. Sullivan said the department has seen gangs in the area from time to time in the Hampton Beach area. Gang activity occurs in town, but "not with great frequency," he said. "We pay close attention to organized criminal activity," Sullivan said. "When we see it, we work with other departments and share resources to investigate it." 25 gangs in state According to the FBI, there are 25 documented gangs in New Hampshire, and in recent years, there has been a growth in national criminal street gangs, such as the Latin Kings, starting chapters in the state. The Latin Kings are violent and have thousands of members in the United States and internationally, with power centers in New York City and Chicago, according to a U.S. Department of Justice affidavit filed in a separate case in Massachusetts, where 46 people were arrested in early June on various drug charges. A 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment released by the FBI noted gang members are migrating from urban areas to suburban areas to recruit new members and expand their drug distribution territories. Many of the gang members coming into New Hampshire arrive from Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island or New York. "We have had contact with gang members over the years from the Latin Kings, Crips, Bloods and some people who claim to be gang members ,whether they are or not," said Seabrook Police Lt. Michael Gallagher. Gallagher said the department hasn't seen much gang activity, but there are documented members living in the area and others visit the area to frequent nightclubs. A couple years ago, one gang rented out the former Bayview Crematory building on New Zealand Road in Seabrook, Gallagher said. Bayview is infamous locally because it was shut down in 2005 after authorities found a decomposing corpse in a broken freezer and evidence of the mismanagement of ashes. Gallagher said the gang was the Mountain Men, which, according to its Web site, is a motorcycle club. The FBI includes the Mountain Men on a list of 3,000 outlaw motorcycle gangs in the United States. The agency defines an outlaw motorcycle gang as "organizations whose members use their motorcycle clubs as conduits for criminal enterprises." "They rented the building for a few months, but they had a dispute with the landlord and ended up moving out of town," Gallagher said. Gallagher said police had no issues with the Mountain Men when they were in town. He said police also had intelligence recently that Rough Riders, another motorcycle gang, were coming to the area to see a concert, but it never panned out. Gallagher said just because a gang member lives in a community doesn't mean it should be a concern. "Gangs are usually in the business of dealing with other gangs and not the general public," Gallagher said. "Those who are in the area usually keep a low profile. They don't want to attract attention to themselves." But according to the FBI, gangs finance themselves by selling drugs, and lower-risk crimes, too, such as prostitution and white-collar crimes. "Methamphetamine was practically invented by the Hells Angels," Gallagher said. The increase of gangs has not gone unnoticed by police statewide. The FBI formally set up a Safe Streets Gang Task Force in Manchester on Jan. 1, 2008, after a year-long study revealed an increasing gang presence in southern New Hampshire. In 2010, the United States Attorney's Office for the District of New Hampshire held a two-day summit on gangs in the state. GANGS of N.H. The following gangs are documented as having a presence in New Hampshire, according to the 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment released by the FBI: Bay State Skinheads Bloods Brothers of the White Warriors Chinese Mafia Combatants Crips Diamond Kings Dominions Folk Gangster Disciples Hells Angels MC Iron Eagles MC Juggalos Kaotic Kings of Destruction Latin Gangster Disciples Latin Kings Milford & Company Mountain Men MC MS-13 Outlaws MC Pagans MC Red Villain Gangstas Rough Riders Sureños Trinitarios


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