FONTANA >> Police officers introduced in the present day the top of a six-month investigation concentrating on two gangs working in San Bernardino County and which led to the arrest of sixty seven individuals and seizure of varied gadgets.
About 35 of these individuals have been arrested throughout an operation in the present day throughout Southern California. Suspects have been all ages from Riverside to Orange County.
The investigation, dubbed Operation Dangerous Blood, targeted on South Fontana road gang and Mexican Mafia jail gang La Eme and leads to an entire disruption of gang exercise in South Fontana, based on authorities.
Officers additionally seized quite a lot of firearms, ammunition, prescription medicine, methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin.
The investigation beforehand led to the arrest of 32 individuals for felony crimes, together with tried homicide, assault with a lethal weapon, drug trafficking and the seizure of 19 unlawful firearms and narcotics, in accordance with police.
Authorities say the gangs visitors narcotics and unlawful firearms, lots of which have been concerned in crimes all through San Bernardino County.
The investigation concerned 350 regulation enforcement officers and the businesses of Fontana Police Division, Division of Justice, San Bernardino County District Lawyer’s Workplace and the California Freeway Patrol.
Officers introduced the investigation throughout a press convention in the present day at Fontana Police Division.
A current drive-by capturing arrest in Rialto that ended up in a chase to Kern County was a part of Operation Dangerous Blood, in response to Fontana Lt. Doug Imhoff.
South Fontana is a legal road gang working within the metropolis of Fontana and surrounding areas and whose members are affiliated with Surenos, a Southern California regional road gang that exhibits allegiance to the Mexican Mafia, based on police.
The Mexican Mafia is a extremely organized legal group that operates all through the California jail system and is understood by the Spanish slang identify, La Eme, in response to police.
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