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 Deputies say bullets fired into Caroline County home over gang connection (Caroline County, VA): : Five hours after a drive-by shooting in the Belmont neighborhood, Caroline County investigators were able to make headway on two other shooting investigations.
Source: WTVR CBS 6 News  Date: 10/26/2014
  
 Deputies say bullets fired into Caroline County home over gang connection (Caroline County, VA): : Five hours after a drive-by shooting in the Belmont neighborhood, Caroline County investigators were able to make headway on two other shooting investigations.
Source: WTVR CBS 6 News  Date: 10/26/2014
  
 Gang members indicted in Arlandria homicide (Alexandria, VA)::  Alexandria police and federal law enforcement officials announced the indictments last week of three men in the June slaying of a local man in Arlandria.
Source: Alexandria Times  Date: 10/26/2014
  
 $1M gang violence initiative launched in Norfolk (Norfolk, VA):: City officials accepted $1 million in federal and state money Tuesday that will be used in gun and gang violence prevention efforts. The money comes from a $500,000 federal grant from the Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction Program and from $500,000 in state asset forfeiture funds
Source: The Virginian-Pilot   Date: 10/26/2014
  
 MS-13 members charged in 3 killings, attempted murder in Northern Virginia (Prince William County, VA):: Armed with two machetes and a sawed-off shotgun, MS-13 gang members allegedly set off in a car last October to carry out an assassination at a location as brazen as it was chilling: a Prince William County school.
Source: The Washington Post   Date: 10/26/2014
  
 Henrico Police tackle gang issue in awareness meetings (Henrico County, VA):: Dangerous gangs in Henrico County are something police say is happening right now and want you to know about it. That's why three meetings in different parts of the county will be held in the next week and a half. Sgt. Jay Clark calls these meetings Gangs 101. He says by getting the word out, he hopes it will help with preventing future crimes and future members.
Source: WWBT 12 News   Date: 10/14/2014
  
  
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