8 members of ’59 Hoover’ gang convicted in Howard County, say officials

https://foxbaltimore.com/news/local/howard-county-provides-update-on-59-hoover-local-gang-case ELLICOTT CITY, Md. (WBFF) — Howard County announced that members of the “59 Hoover” gang have been convicted of charges ranging from drugs to murder, according to Howard County State’s Attorney Rich Gibson. ALSO READ – Howard County Police investigating domestic homicide and related fatal pedestrian crash One man faces the possibility of life…

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Enforcement and Removal Operations Baltimore arrests unlawfully present Salvadoran gang member convicted of assault in Maryland.

BALTIMORE — Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Baltimore apprehended a 23-year-old noncitizen who was convicted of an assault in Maryland in 2022. Deportation officers from ERO Baltimore’s Fugitive Operations Team arrested the Salvadoran national, who is an MS-13 gang member, on Feb. 6 near his residence in Riverdale. “This Salvadoran gang member has not only…

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New York will send National Guard to subways after a string of violent crimes

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced plans Wednesday to send the National Guard to the New York City subway system to help police conduct random searches of riders’ bags for weapons following a series of high-profile crimes on city trains. Hochul, a Democrat, said she will deploy 750 members of the National Guard to the…

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Two members of Baltimore’s ’39 Babies’ gang plead guilty.

https://www.aol.com/m/31ff31d3-2733-3031-b83b-da72329602ae/two-members-of-baltimore-s.html Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown announced the guilty pleas and sentencing of Karon Johnson and Pierre Briggs, two members of the “39 Babies” gang. Johnson and Briggs, both 23 years old and are from Baltimore, will be sentenced on charges including participation in a criminal organization and associated firearms violations.

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Teenage brothers sentenced to life in prison for gang-related Germantown murder.

https://news.yahoo.com/teenage-brothers-sentenced-life-prison-035926265.html MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. – Brothers, Malik and Malachi Hney, were sentenced to life in prison Tuesday with all but 30 years suspended. The murder stemmed from a feud between a Gaithersburg gang and a Germantown gang. Malchi, 18, and his brother Malik, 17, were found guilty of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder for the…

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6 suspects indicted, including 2 minors, in organized crime ring linked to Baltimore carjackings.

https://www.wbaltv.com/article/organized-crime-ring-indictments-baltimore-carjackings/46991997 BALTIMORE —The Maryland attorney general and Baltimore police announced indictments of six people who are believed to be part of an organized crime ring responsible for a string of crimes across the city. Investigators said the suspects — two of whom are minors — are charged with multiple criminal counts, including participation in a…

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Criminal organization indicted for carjacking spree, violent crimes in Maryland

Six people, including two teens, have been charged in connection with dozens of violent crimes, Baltimore and Maryland officials announced Tuesday. An indictment details a spree of carjackings, robberies, and burglaries – some that led to shootings, and even a murder. Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown rattled off dozens of charges during a press conference.…

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MS-13 Gang Member Sentenced to 26 Years in Federal Prison for a Racketeering Conspiracy, Including a Murder in Maryland

https://www.justice.gov/usao-md/pr/ms-13-gang-member-sentenced-26-years-federal-prison-racketeering-conspiracy-including Baltimore, Maryland – U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis today sentenced MS-13 member Kevin Alexander Castillo Calderon, a/k/a “Fantasma,” “Ghost,” “Eterno,” and “Josue Argueta Gonzalez,” age 25, of Adelphi, Maryland, to 26 years in federal prison for a racketeering conspiracy, including a murder, connected to his participation in La Mara Salvatrucha, a transnational criminal enterprise…

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Tulsa Gang Member Sentenced for Second Degree Murder.

https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndok/pr/tulsa-gang-member-sentenced-second-degree-murder U.S. District Judge Gregory K. Frizzell sentenced Sir Michael Morgan, Jr., 20, of Tulsa to 210 months imprisonment, followed by5 years of supervised release for Second Degree Murder in Indian Country. “Gang rivalry and gun violence resulted in the senseless death of Isaiah Jones,” said U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson. “Today’s sentence reflects this defendant’s…

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