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Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Suspect indicted over fight with Ebizo | The Japan Times Online

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Suspect indicted over fight with Ebizo | The Japan Times Online: "Prosecutors indicted a 27-year-old man Tuesday for assaulting kabuki actor Ichikawa Ebizo in Tokyo in late November, an incident that captured wide media attention.Lion Ito is suspected of punching Ebizo in the face in the early morning of Nov. 25 at a bar on the 11th floor of a building in the Nishi-Azabu district, inflicting severe injuries, including a broken left cheekbone.

Ebizo apparently fell into conversation with a group that included Ito and a former motorcycle gang leader, and began drinking with them.

Ebizo and his lawyer said in a news conference after Ito's indictment that he has reached settlements with Ito and the former biker gang leader, who claims he was injured by the kabuki actor at the bar."

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Salinas man sentenced in 2006 officer-involved shooting | thecalifornian.com | The Salinas Californian

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Salinas man sentenced in 2006 officer-involved shooting | thecalifornian.com | The Salinas Californian: "Danny Franco, 25, pleaded no contest in November to charges of attempted murder, assault with a firearm on a peace officer and evading a peace officer in the Sept. 16, 2006, officer-involved shooting that left Ivan Leon, 21, a Norteño gang member, fatally shot on Trinity Way in Salinas.

Franco also admitted to enhancements including committing the crime for the benefit of a criminal street gang and having a prior strike from a previous conviction."

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Saturday, 25 December 2010

Stella English and the ugly truth about the gangster's moll who won the Apprentice | Mail Online

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Stella English and the ugly truth about the gangster's moll who won the Apprentice | Mail Online: "official BBC life story of Stella Susan English has some rather glaring omissions — which we can today remedy (albeit within tight legal constraints owing to a number of serious criminal cases against some of her fiance’s former associates).

Indeed, even as she drove back home to her cottage in St Albans after winning on Sunday night, the truth about Stella’s ‘other’ life was ­apparent as soon as she walked through the front door.

For waiting to greet her was Ray Dewar, 39, her fiancé and the father of her two children, Edward, four, and two-year-old Frank. For Raymond Alexander Dewar is a notorious hard-man with links to one of Britain’s most feared drugs barons.

Dewar was once associated with a major underworld figure (because he’s connected to a current legal case, he cannot be identified) who was described as so powerful, with corrupt police in his pay, that ‘he could bend justice’.

This individual controlled the drugs trade across a huge swathe of South London and was reputedly involved in gangland murders, bribing police and running an operation based on fear and bloody reprisals against enemy gangsters."

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Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Police hunt gang member who missed court - National - NZ Herald News

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Police hunt gang member who missed court - National - NZ Herald News: "Porirua police are looking for a gang member who has a warrant for his arrest for failing to appear in the Wellington District Court earlier this month.

Detective Sergeant Brent Clark said 21-year-old Rikihana Tawhai failed to appear for sentencing on December 7 on a wounding with intent to injure charge, which related to an incident in Porirua in May.

'Tawhai is a patched Porirua Mongrel Mob member from Napier who has been residing locally,' he said. 'Police also want to speak to him in connection with an aggravated robbery which occurred at a house in Waitangirua around 10.30pm on Sunday 19 December.'"

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Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Gang member convicted of attempted murder | visaliatimesdelta.com | Visalia Times-Delta and Tulare Advance-Register

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Street Gang Patterns and PoliciesGang member convicted of attempted murder | visaliatimesdelta.com | Visalia Times-Delta and Tulare Advance-Register: "Jesus Anguiano of Visalia was convicted on Dec.15 of attempted murder along with the special allegations of personal use of a deadly weapon, causing great bodily injury, and committing the crime for the benefit of a criminal street gang, according to a report from the Tulare County District Attorney's office. Anguiano, 29, is scheduled to be sentenced on January 12, 2011.
On January 13, 2010, Anguiano entered the Sports Zone Bar just before 11 p.m. While at the Sports Zone, Anguiano met up with a number of fellow gang members.Only one person in the bar was affiliated with a rival gang,acording to the report. Within ten minutes of arrival, the defendant calmly and discretely walked across the bar and stabbed the rival gang member three to four times in the back of the neck."

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Raza Unida Gang Members Indicted On Federal Racketeering Charges | Corpus Christi, TX | KZTV10.com |

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La Raza Unida PartyRaza Unida Gang Members Indicted On Federal Racketeering Charges | Corpus Christi, TX | KZTV10.com |: "Members of the Raza Unida prison and street gang were indicted by a federal grand jury this week as part of a local and federal racketeering investigation.

13 members of the gang are charged with violent acts as part of a criminal organization. The investigation involved the Department of Homeland Security, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and the Corpus Christi Police Department.

Prosecutors want to keep the following suspects in federal custody, without bond, until trial:
Preston Mascorro - 29; Karlos Bouchot - 35;
Rudy Rodriguez - 31; Martin Guardiola III - 35;
Ricky Alejandro - 25; Israel Plazola - 26;
Michael Ornelas - 31; Anthony Torres - 34;
Jerome Aranda - 31; Johnny Joe Guerra - 33;
Orlando Amador Garcia - 32; Valerie Botello - 28;
Stephen Ayala -34."

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Waka Flocka's Mom Denies Gang Affiliation -- Say What! - The Boombox

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Hard In Da Paint (Explicit Album Version)Waka Flocka's Mom Denies Gang Affiliation -- Say What! - The Boombox: "Debra Antney was frustrated recently, when her son Waka Flocka's house was raided by police, who referred to her as 'the Candy Lady,' and accused her of running a prostitution ring. 'There's nothing going on for you to kick a door in,' she said. 'We were really surprised, but the neighbors always watch. We live in a country club, so they always watch, they always assume...Of course I'm not gonna sit back and be called 'the Candy Lady,'...There was no prostitution. And we're not gang-affiliated.' Definitely not gang-affiliated at all. [MTV]"

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Mongrel Mob boss says boy's killer has no gang affiliations - Local News - Hawke's Bay Today

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Mongrel Mob boss says boy's killer has no gang affiliations - Local News - Hawke's Bay Today: "The Mongrel Mob has been quick to distance itself from convicted killer Benny Haerewa.

Haerewa, 32, the killer of 4-year-old Hawke's Bay boy James Whakaruru, was released from prison yesterday - despite Parole Board reports claiming he remains violent and dangerous.

The president of the Hastings chapter of the Mongrel Mob, Rex Timu, said media reports stating Haerewa was 'gang related' were incorrect.

'He [Haerewa] has no affiliation with any gang that I know of,' Mr Timu wrote to Hawke's Bay Today.

'To me, this act of cruelty would rate amongst the lowest of any act to a child by an adult, and this act I can assure you it is not condoned by any gang in this country knowingly.

'I can assure you that his sentence, even though he has done 12 years in jail, is not over.'"

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Waka Flocka's Henry County Home Raided, Gucci Mane Cuffed By Cops | HotSpotATL - Hot 107.9 Atlanta's Home for the Hip-Hop Community

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FlockaveliWaka Flocka's Henry County Home Raided, Gucci Mane Cuffed By Cops | HotSpotATL - Hot 107.9 Atlanta's Home for the Hip-Hop Community: "TMZ.com is reporting that Waka Flocka Flame and Gucci Mane may be in trouble with the law again.

The ATL rappers were allegedly arrested Thursday in Henry County, according to TMZ .

The report said Waka (real name Juaquin James Malphurs) and Gucci were arrested at Waka’s home and that Waka’s mother said police were looking for evidence of gangs and drugs.

The website said unnamed law enforcement sources in Henry County said police were investigating possible prostitution but found marijuana and weapons.

According to a search warrant, police searched Waka’s home for “marijuana, articles, pictures, and communications relating to gangs and gang paraphernalia.”

Waka has rapped openly about being a member of the Bloods street gang.

If the report is true, the rappers are still in police custody. They have not been booked into the county jail, Major Jeff Norman of the Henry County Sheriff’s Office told the AJC.

“Neither one of them are here,” he said, adding that the last time Malphurs was in custody there was in September."

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Sunday, 12 December 2010

drug baron Robert 'Birdman' O'Hara and trafficker James Miller to hand over thousands.Gangsters’ haul hit in £2m grab

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Drug Wars - The Camarena StoryGangsters’ haul hit in £2m grab The Sun Home ScotlandScottish News: "£2million in dirty cash has been seized from crime kingpins since April, it was revealed last night.
Crimebusters have forced the likes of drug baron Robert 'Birdman' O'Hara and trafficker James Miller to hand over thousands.
And the haul - seized under Proceeds of Crime laws - will now be ploughed back into communities in Scotland blighted by crime.
Last night Solicitor General Frank Mulholland QC said: 'This amount demonstrates the effectiveness of the legislation.
'It's proving to be an invaluable tool in the fight against serious and organised crime.'
O'Hara, 33, of Possilpark, Glasgow - who's serving life for murder - had to give up more than £130,000, while Miller, of Renfrew, parted with £180,000.
More than £20million has been pumped into the Cashback for Communities scheme, to help young Scots, since 2003.
Last night Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill said: 'It'll have a significant benefit in Scotland's communities.'"

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Double shooting in Coquitlam targeted gangster

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Double shooting in Coquitlam targeted gangster: "gangster who recently returned to B.C. after two years in Iran was in a car targeted by gunmen in Coquitlam early Friday morning.
Sahand Askari, 26, was not injured in the shooting on Clarke Road about 4:20 a.m.
But his business associate Daniel Lovric, 28, was hit several times, as was Igor Uijar, also 28.
RCMP Sgt. Peter Thiessen said the three men in the vehicle drove to the Coquitlam RCMP detachment looking for help. The two injured men were then taken to a local hospital.
“The two men were hit multiple times,” RCMP Sgt. Peter Thiessen said. “They are lucky to be alive.”
Thiessen said investigators believe the shooting was targeted."

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Wanted German gangster killed during hold-up

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Gangsters Desire (German Edition)gulftoday.ae Wanted German gangster killed during hold-up: "German authorities said on Saturday that two bank robbers killed during a shoot-out with police during a heist were likely the so-called 'Gentlemen gansters,' suspected of a string of hold-ups since 1995.

The married couple, a 38-year-old woman and a 40-year-old man, died during a firefight which took place late on Friday at a bank in Karlsruhe, southwest Germany.

Media reports said the woman took her own life after seeing her accomplice killed by police bullets. A 28-year-old female police officer was also seriously injured in the shoot-out.

'According to our investigations, the dead robbers are very likely to be the couple wanted for years who have unfortunately achieved a level of notoriety under the misleading name 'Gentlemen gangsters,' prosecutors in Karlsruhe said.

They were suspected of carrying out no fewer than 21 armed robberies since 1995, getting away with a total of around two million euros ($2.6 million)."

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Thursday, 9 December 2010

Indian Posse street gang 'striker' pleads guilty to aggravated assault - Brandon Sun

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Gang member pleads guilty to aggravated assault - Brandon Sun: "Indian Posse street gang 'striker' who stabbed a man -- nearly piercing the victim's heart -- was acting under orders of higher ranking gang members, court has heard.
Crown attorney Jim Ross described how the blade entered through the victim's back, passed through his ribs, punctured a lung and 'nicked' the victim's heart."

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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Go-Jamaica :: Jamaican police seek alleged gangster ‘Dog Paw’ :: News

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Go-Jamaica :: Jamaican police seek alleged gangster ‘Dog Paw’ :: News: "police have issued another appeal for alleged gangster Christopher Linton alias ‘Dog Paw’ to turn himself in.

According to the police, Dog Paw, who has eluded them for months, might be linked to an attack on a police team in Bedward Gardens, St Andrew yesterday.

The police say the attack might have been in retaliation against a clampdown on an alleged lucrative illegal sand-mining operation near the Hope River.

The head of the St Andrew Central Division, Superintendent Derrick Knight, says the illegal sand mining operation has been fuelling gang activities.

According to him, the perpetrators of the illegal sand mining operation are using money from the sale of the sand to buy weapons and ammunition."

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Christopher Howse has been indicted on aggravated robbery, kidnapping and weapons charges in connection with the July 14 gunpoint robbery

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: "Christopher Howse has been indicted on aggravated robbery, kidnapping and weapons charges in connection with the July 14 gunpoint robbery of O’Hara’s Beverage in Lorain.
Prosecutors and police had already charged Mark Taylor, 27, of Elyria, on similar charges for his role in the robbery of the Leavitt Road store.
According to police, Taylor — who was arrested moments after the robbery — and another man, now identified as the 19-year-old Howse, went into the store around noon with guns drawn and made off with about $1,500 in cash from the register and two money bags.
A clerk told police that she saw the two men pulling masks over their faces before they came into the store and had thrown the keys to a customer in the hope that the customer would be able to lock the doors.
But police said Howse and Taylor managed to get inside the store and forced the customer into a backroom while the clerk was ordered to open the store’s safe. A second employee was also briefly held by the robbers after returning from lunch.
After the robbery, the two men fled the store, but Taylor was quickly stopped by officers who were in the area because of an earlier report that two masked men had been seen on Oberlin Avenue."

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Va. Beach gang member sent to prison for gun sale | HamptonRoads.com | PilotOnline.com

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Va. Beach gang member sent to prison for gun sale HamptonRoads.com PilotOnline.com: "onetime president of the Mongols motorcycle gang's Virginia Beach chapter was sentenced Friday to 18 months for selling a machine gun he brought back from Iraq.
Justin 'Itchy' Wilson, 30, also will serve three years of probation. He pleaded guilty in Alexandria federal court to illegally possessing and transferring a machine gun.
The government, according to court papers, sought a 2-1/2-year sentence, citing evidence of a plot to commit insurance fraud as well as Wilson's affiliation with 'a dangerous gang.' The government also alleged that Wilson obtained the weapon from an Iraqi insurgent he had shot dead. Wilson denied that.
Wilson's attorney submitted more than 70 pages of Navy commendations and letters as well as a three-page letter from Wilson seeking leniency."

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Monday, 6 December 2010

Prison staff told to call gangster 'Mr' - Scotsman.com News

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Prison staff told to call gangster 'Mr' - Scotsman.com News: "NOTORIOUS gang leader serving a life sentence for orchestrating the murder of an innocent couple has won the right to be addressed as 'Mr' by prison staff.
The ruling in favour of Colin Gunn, of Nottingham, by the Prisons Ombudsman was made public in a letter in which the crime boss advised other prisoners to demand similar treatment."


Friday, 3 December 2010

2 members of Crips arraigned in Falls - Niagara Falls - The Buffalo News

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2 members of Crips arraigned in Falls - Niagara Falls - The Buffalo News: "After hearing reports about Crips members wanting to kill two city police officers who were interrupting their drug activity, two members of the gang were investigated and are now facing felony drug-possession charges, police said Monday.
Alton Hilson, 33, of Michigan Avenue, and Mark Douglas, 31, of Ninth Street, were arraigned in City Court on Friday on felony second-degree criminal possession of marijuana after police said they found about a pound of marijuana and $4,000 cash in a Ninth Street residence.
Hilson also was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance after he was found with six hydrocodone pills, police said. Hilson, a Falls native with a lengthy record who had been traveling back and forth from California, was released after posting $10,000 bail. Douglas was released after posting $5,000 bail.
Police said both men were connected to the Crips, a Los Angelesbased street gang, and were found with California driver’s licenses."

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Triggerman in Monticello murder sentenced to maximum

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Triggerman in Monticello murder sentenced to maximum: "Stanley Hunter, the Monticello man and member of the Crips street gang who admitted to fatally shooting 34-year-old Hercules Jones in April was sentence Tuesday to 25 years to life in prison.

Hunter admitted in Sullivan County Court that he shot Jones on April 5 with an illegally possessed .22 caliber handgun during a robbery attempt. He pled guilty to murder in the second degree.

Hunter’s original plea agreement called for 20 years to life in prison but that was tossed by County Court Judge Frank LaBuda who found he had breached the terms of the agreement by possessing prison contraband after the plea.

Hunter was indicted after his murder plea for promoting prison contraband in the first degree, two counts of attempted escape in the first degree and obstructing governmental administration.

It is alleged that he possessed a handcuff key, fought with Sullivan County Jail corrections officers who tried to search him and tried to escape from custody on September 20.

He faces from two to four years to 3 ½ to seven years in prison if convicted. District Attorney James Farrell said he would “vigorously prosecute” the new charges. The DA said Hunter posed “a clear and present danger” to the community and those working in the corrections system."

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MS-13 Street Gang Leader Sentenced in New York to 35 Years for Murder

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MS-13 Street Gang Leader Sentenced in New York to 35 Years for Murder: "Wilver R Lopez, also known as “Conde,” a leader in the La Mara Salvatrucha (“MS-13”) street gang on Long Island, was sentenced to 35 years’ imprisonment for the September 17, 2004, murder of 24-year-old fellow MS-13 member Genaro Venegas in Bethpage, New York. The sentence was imposed pursuant to Lopez’s August 10, 2010 guilty plea. The proceeding was held before Senior United States District Judge Leonard D Wexler at the United States Courthouse in Central Islip, New York. According to Lopez’s plea allocution and documents previously filed in the case, after learning that Venegas had provided state law enforcement authorities with information relating to an April 2004, murder carried out by an MS-13 member in Suffolk County, Lopez and three other Long Island MS-13 members lured Venegas to a wooded area where they repeatedly shot and stabbed him.

At the time of the Venegas murder, Lopez was the leader of the MS-13’s Long Island Leeward Clique. Lopez’s co-conspirators in the Venegas homicide have all pleaded guilty to murder charges and are awaiting sentencing. “Eliminating gang violence in our communities is one of our highest priorities, and we will continue to utilize all necessary resources in this effort,” stated United States Attorney Loretta E Lynch. Ms."

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Arturo Gallegos Castrellon, also known as “El Farmero,” is the leader of the Aztecas gang.

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ToTheCenter - News: "Authorities believe that Arturo Gallegos Castrellon, also known as “El Farmero,” is the leader of the Aztecas gang. Gallegos, 32, confessed that he ordered the killings of three people linked to the U.S. consulate in March. The attack on a party of young people left fourteen dead and killed five federal police officers.

The federal police released a statement that alleges Gallegos is responsible for extortions, homicides, and the distribution of drugs. They believe capturing him will dismantle the Aztecas gang.

Mexican authorities have disclosed that Gallegos was arrested in 1996 for drug trafficking in the United States."


Sacramento gang member gets 5 years in prison for bank fraud | News10.net | Sacramento, California | News

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Sacramento gang member gets 5 years in prison for bank fraud | News10.net | Sacramento, California | News: "U.S. District judge sentenced Sacramento gang member Donald Taylor, 39, on Monday to five years in prison for conspiracy to commit bank fraud.
Taylor, who pleaded guilty to the charge on Aug. 31, 2009, was accused of being apart of a financial scheme that stole between $1 million and $2 million from 37 financial institutions in late 2007 and early 2008, said Lauren Horwood with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Horwood said Taylor was the seventh defendant to be sentenced in the conspiracy uncovered by a federal investigation. According to court documents, the organizers, operating out of California, sent runners to ten states including California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, to use so-called 'prepaid' credit cards for cash advances at banks.
Horwood said although the cards had small amounts of money available, the runners would tell the bank tellers to call a toll-free number that was controlled by a co-schemer, who would then pose as a card services representative saying there were thousands of dollars available on the card. The suspects would then instruct the teller which buttons to press on the card terminal in order to approve the transaction.
The runner would keep a portion of the funds and remit about half of the fraudently obtained funds to the scheme's organizers in the Sacramento area, said Horwood."


Arturo Gallegos Castrellon is described as the main leader of the Aztecas street gang

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Mexico, Aztecs, Aztecas: Gang leader blamed in Ciudad Juarez violence arrested - latimes.com: "Arturo Gallegos Castrellon is described as the main leader of the Aztecas street gang. Mexican authorities say he confessed to numerous killings, including that of a U.S. consular employee that was previously blamed on a different Aztecas leader."


Sanchez is a member of the Lost Soul Trece gang.

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Boise gang member sentenced for gun crime | Treasure Valley Crime | Idaho Statesman: "John Anthony Sanchez, 29, of Boise, was sentenced Monday by U.S. District Judge Edward J. Lodge. Lodge also ordered Sanchez to serve three years of supervised release after his prison term.
Sanchez is a member of the Lost Soul Trece gang.
Sanchez pleaded guilty to the charge on in July and admitted to having a .44 caliber revolver. Because he was a convicted felon, Sanchez was barred from possessing firearms."


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