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Thursday, 8 April 2010

Randy P. Broward, 32, of Clyde Street in Hampton, who police say leads the "Original Bloods Gang," is accused of ordering the killings

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Randy P. Broward, 32, of Clyde Street in Hampton, who police say leads the "Original Bloods Gang," is accused of ordering the killings during a March 28 conversation — identifying by name the three men he wanted dead. A woman who was supposed to carry out one of the killings has also been arrested."Randy Broward solicited the murder of three persons by ordering three new members of his gang to find and kill them," according to a criminal complaint filed by a Newport News police detective in General District Court. "All three of the gang members ordered to commit the three murders agreed to commit the murders," the complaint said. "Broward advised each involved gang member that they would meet again to further plan the murders."
But the ordered killings never took place. After being tipped off to the planned slayings, Newport News police raided an apartment on Bellwood Road on March 29, arresting Broward. "These arrests have led to the beginning of an extremely large and very lengthy gang investigation," said Newport News police spokesman Lou Thurston. "This was not a gang that we were currently investigating."The complaint does not spell out whether the three targets Broward wanted dead were members of a rival gang, or why he otherwise sought to have them killed. Broward, the complaint said, told the new recruits that he would provide the guns — a sawed off shotgun and a "five-shot revolver" — to be used in the crimes.

Randy Broward, accused of being one of two leaders — or "Original Gangsters" — in the gang, is charged with three counts of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder; gang participation; gang recruitment; malicious wounding; five gun charges; and cocaine possession. He's accused of punching a new gang member "several times" in the face during an initiation rite.
His twin brother, Andy D. Broward, 32, of Briarwood Road in Hampton, is charged with gang participation; gang recruitment; two gun charges; possession of narcotics; and driving on a suspended license. Precious Nikita Moore, 21, of Portsmouth — a new recruit who police say was supposed to carry out one of the killings — was charged with three counts of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder; gang participation; and gang recruitment.
The charges, Thurston said, could go forward in either the state or federal system. Thurston said that as the case is investigated and developed, "there very well could be additional arrests."

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