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Monday, November 29, 2010

50 Years In Prison For Members of The Bounty Hunter Blood Gang

Bounty Hunter Blood Gang
Norfolk, VA Spaight-Jamel, 28, from Portsmouth, Virginia, was sentenced today in federal court in Norfolk to 50 years in prison for his role as leader of a violent response, which in the Tidewater.

Neil H. MacBride, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, made the announcement today after sentencing by United States District Judge Jerome B. Friedman.

"A Guide to the Tidewater gang violence now most of his life behind bars is," said lawyer MacBride. "The band was neighborhood infiltrated with drugs and kept them in fear through killings and intimidation of force. We will continue to work with local partners and federal law enforcement officers to gang members to go out of our street and make our citizens safer their families and communities."

Spaight is one of the two leaders of the Bounty Hunter Blood / Tech Nine Gangsters street gang, in various parts of the city of Portsmouth, Suffolk and Chesapeake, Virginia. In May 2010 Spaight entered a guilty plea to a (RICO) count Influenced Corrupt Organization extortion and one count of possession of firearms during crimes of violence. RICO count is comprised of various acts of extortion, Spaight to participate as a member of the gang. Acts include conspiracy to murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to pledge to distribute controlled substances. Spaight was counting to 40 years for the RICO and sentenced 10 years for the number of weapons.

According to court records to 16 October 2006 Spaight and two others drove to the area of Portsmouth Craddock looking for someone who was a witness in the murder of Darius Powell. Powell was murdered by a gang because they suspected that he had participated in the robbery gang member in the dice game in the area of Craddock Portsmouth, Virginia. Witnesses of Spaight located and chased her in their vehicle. Spaight are fired with 9mm pistols armed but missed the witness. During the chase, the vehicle Spaight fall "into place and they fled from the scene. In the rush to escape, leaving his weapon Spaight, which was found by police Portsmouth.

The case was investigated by the FBI, Portsmouth and Suffolk Police Department and Virginia State Police. Assistant United States Attorney William Muhr and Melissa O'Boyle is investigating the case on behalf of the United States.

A copy of this press release may be found on the website of the Office of the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia in Related court documents and information may be found on the website of the District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in or

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