ALEXANDRIA, Va. (ABC7) — Tarvell Vandiver, 29, the leader of a Northern Virginia division of the national gang, United Blood Nation, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison on drug trafficking and gun charges.
Authorities announced Monday afternoon the first major federal prosecution of organized gang activity in Roanoke as part of the newly reinvigorated Project Safe Neighborhoods violent crime reduction initiative
Prosecutors plan to introduce evidence during a capital murder trial that the man accused of the high-profile killing of a Muslim teen in Virginia last year had been suspected of being a member of the violent MS-13 street gang, according to recent co
The fourth and final MS-13 gang member charged with hacking to death an Albemarle County man last summer has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder, abduction, lynching and being a member of a criminal street gang.
The “godfather” of a Norfolk Bloods gang put hits out on witnesses in his murder trial, one of whom was shot twice and didn’t take the stand. But on Wednesday, jurors still convicted him and recommended he spend 53 years in prison.
The second of three suspects in a 2016 gang-related murder in Ashburn was sentenced Monday to spend 48 years in state prison. Oscar Fabricio Lopez Nieto, 17, in April entered pleas of no contest to charges of first-degree murder, aggravated malicious
Because of safety reasons, federal prosecutors have released to defense attorneys less than one quarter of the evidentiary materials they have accumulated in the cases against suspected members of two Danville street gangs.
Once, criminal street gangs recruited through neighborhood connections and feet on the street. Now it can be as easy as clicking a button. Search warrants filed in Danville Circuit Court provide a glimpse inside gangs’ recruitment efforts in the city
The community came together to tackle a big issue: youth and gang violence in Newport News. In a packed room full of conversations focusing on ways to prevent youth from becoming victims of violence or being criminals, everyone's voice could be heard
Half of the 18 suspected gang members and associates facing federal charges in connection with a 2016 homicide in Danville could potentially face the death penalty if convicted, Virginia’s U.S. Attorney’s office said.
A Richmond woman who police said was one of five Crips gang members wanted in a marijuana-related robbery and killing in Santa Rosa, Calif., was arrested Monday by members of a federal fugitive task force while hiding in the attic of a Chester home
Circuit Court Judge Benjamin N. A. Kendrick this week sentenced Jordy Jose Bonilla, 18, to serve 43 years in state prison for the November 2016 murder of an Ashburn man. Bonilla is one of three suspects who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in th
Federal, state, and local officials announced Thursday the indictment charges of 18 suspected gang members and associates in the Danville. They said the crimes range from murder to drug distribution and obstruction of justice.
Nine people pleaded not guilty Monday to federal crimes involving a Newport News street gang called the 36th Street Bang Squad. The charges stem from alleged racketeering and drug trafficking crimes allegedly committed by members of the 36th Street B
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