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 Lynchburg officials: 16-year-old died in gang, drug related shooting (Lynchburg, VA):: Lynchburg police say they are confident that the shooting death of a 16-year-old is connected to a series of other crimes.
Source: WDBJ 7 News   Date: 8/18/2015
  
 Man with a rap sheet, gang ties gets jail for shooting (Accomack County, VA):: A Parksley man with gang ties and multiple criminal convictions since he was 16 was sentenced for yet another crime after shooting into an occupied car and threatening police who arrived on the scene.
Source: Delmarva Now   Date: 8/18/2015
  
 Court documents show Hampton home as hub of gang activity (Hampton, VA):: 10 On Your Side has looked even deeper into the violent history of a Hampton home. We’ve been uncovering new details in the story behind 404 Greenbriar Avenue since Monday, when police say the Hampton SWAT team searched the home for stolen guns and gang activity.
Source: WAVY 10 News  Date: 8/14/2015
  
 He mentored youths and won a college scholarship. Then he joined a gang. (Alexandria, VA):: Even by prosecutors’ account, Brien Hughes had seemingly beaten the odds. The son of a drug-addicted mother and absent father whose first brush with the law came at age 14 found an outlet in football and mentoring youths. He graduated from high school — he says with a 3.5 grade-point average — and won a college scholarship.
Source: The Washington Post   Date: 8/14/2015
  
  
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