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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Blood infiltrate washington

Blood infiltrate washington

The former road crew member Ronald Moten initially considered nonsense rumors that members of gangs known Blood attempted to infiltrate Washington.

The district was organized gang problem, said Moten, who is now an anti-violence advocates in the district. City crews and the environment Homegrown blood gangs are gangs of Los Angeles, a criminal enterprise that is widely known for his rivalry with the Crips.

But about six months ago, when a teenager shows the cigarette burns on his arm - the initiation rite of adolescent experience that getting a tattoo under the eye - Moten said he realized that blood was serious.

"They did it in LA They do not in DC," said Moten, co-founder of Peaceoholics, DC, environmental organization that mediates disputes. "It's absurd. Our young people will be sucked directly into this if we do not do something. "

Law enforcement recognizes that blood, and to a lesser degree the Crips, has grown in Maryland and began to creep into the District.

Silver Spring, downtown last month, police in Montgomery County set up an operation to fight against the increasing criminal activity of the blood, including armed robbery. The police dispersed 22-year-old DC man and four teenagers after they watched them spray paint "Bloodz" on the wall and then tried to steal a man.

National Gang, involved in robbery, extortion, prostitution, car theft and drugs, who moved south from New York, said County Prosecutor Jeffrey Montgomery Wennar the Mid-Atlantic Regional Investigators Network.

In Baltimore, more than 28 members recognized Tree Top Piru Blood gang indicted in February on racketeering, drug and weapons charge. Piru name comes from a group of streets in Compton, California, named after a tree.

Rival gangs fight for power in the suburbs of Maryland, conducted a series of violent crimes last year. A man was fatally stabbed in the Lakeforest Mall in Gaithersburg, and a week of shooting followed by a response that has left several alleged gang members were wounded.

Authorities said the attack involved a vampire blood, Blood and Black Mob Crips.

In DC, Blood concentrated along Minnesota Avenue in Anacostia and Trinidad, the Northeast neighborhood destroyed by a series of murders this summer, said police officials.

Blood in the Trinity, which first appeared in December, 5th District Commander Lamar Greene said.

Police see gang graffiti and teenagers walking through the streets wearing red bands of about six months ago, said Greene. The Crips, had settled in the north-DC, "he added.

"Fortunately, many of them were seen wearing clothes, walking with a scarf in the pocket, very young. That's probably why we do not see the violence," said Greene. "But groups like this, you must be serious."

DC police said they were collecting information on blood flow and CRIPS. One of the recruiters of blood in Trinidad, a heavily tattooed gang of men in their 20s who had lived outside the city, told police he had recently come out of the army.

The data collected by the group last summer Wennar in Blood deserves to have 400 members in the region, but experts say the gang that number has more than doubled in late 2007 and has continued to increase. The gang has exceeded that of gangs as the greatest Latino Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13 and Latin Kings.

The report, which said 36 separate gangs were active, based on self-identification of the suspect, tattoos, clothing, informants and methods of police investigation.

The Blood and Crips recruit in schools, roads, playgrounds and even in Metro bus, according to experts. Most of the recruitment occurred in the Maryland prison, where joining a gang is a matter of survival. The first blood with his roots in Maryland, there are about nine years in Washington County Detention Center in New York. They are known as Trey 8 and later became insane Red Devils.

After the prisoners are released, they often return to their old neighborhood to help gain the supremacy of the national gang of local groups, Wennar said.

Sometimes they use the attraction of unions affiliated with a reputation for violence, "he added. Sometimes they use threats or beatings.

California Wennar said the gang had evolved so that law enforcement and the media focused on the Latin gangs.

"If you operate under the radar, it's great," said Wennar. "Everyone has forgotten the blood and the Crips.


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