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
Danville has hired a North Carolina man to be the City's first youth and gang violence prevention coordinator. The program will be new for Danville. The city has adopted the model recommended by Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention,
An MS-13 gang member was sentenced to over three decades in prison for the brutal stabbing of a 15-year-old girl from Gaithersburg. Wilmer Sanchez Serrano was sentenced to 33 years in prison Friday for the death of Damaris Alexandra Reyes Rivas. He w
On a Thursday night last June, members of a violent street gang took 17-year-old Nickalas Lee to an apartment complex in northwest Roanoke so he could make amends for associating with an archrival gang.
Authorities have released the name of a man shot and killed by suspected gang members in March and then stuffed in the trunk of his vehicle before it was set on fire at Veterans Park, according to Prince William County Police. He was identified as Sa
The head of the Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force said 80 percent of gang recruitment is taking place in middle and high schools in the region. The task force is focusing on MS-13, as it describes Northern Virginia as a hub for the violent g
Shannon Sanchez had gotten away from MS-13. After hanging around with the gang in high school, she married and had four children. But as an adult, she fell back in with MS-13 and helped cover up a savage gang murder
Paul Taylor was once a legendary — and feared — street gang leader in Newport News. But after serving 23 years in prison for killing his best friend on Buxton Avenue in 1994, Taylor was paroled eight months ago. Now 49, he’s on a mission to keep youn
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