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Harris County Attorney's Office
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Harris County Attorney Ryan has filed a civil lawsuit against key members of the Crips and Bloods gangs alleging they constitute a public nuisance to the citizens of the Brays Oaks neighborhood in Southwest Houston, which includes an elementary school and a Head Start program.
The suit also includes the owner/operators of two convenience stores in that area
where Ryan says the gang members congregate and conduct criminal activity.
Law enforcement officials began serving these gang members Thursday. Those
being sued include a gang member who has been charged with killing three
people and wounding rapper Trae Tha Truth at a concert. An eyewitness was to
that crime was killed before he could testify in court.
Ryan will announce details of the lawsuit in a news conference at 10:30 a.m. on Friday in the Mike Driscoll Courtroom.
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