Thursday, April 12, 2007

Police Seize Guns in Anti-Gang Raid (032407)

Police seize guns in anti-gang raid
Article Launched:03/24/2007 12:00:00 AM PDT

About 120 officers raided 19 locations simultaneously early Thursday morning in an anti-gang effort targeting two feuding gangs, said Rialto police Lt. Joe Cirilo.
Police from agencies throughout the Inland Empire and the Los Angeles Police Department made nine arrests and recovered 14 guns, Cirilo said.

He said police believe one of the guns was used in the Feb. 23 homicide of Michael McCoy Jr. at a 7-Eleven.

Cirilo said the Police Department has heard from the community and is taking an aggressive stand against gangs.

"We're not going to tolerate it," he said.

- Melissa Pinion-Whitt, (909) 386-3878

BS Ranch Perspective:

The work that goes into the Search Warrants that are done to come up with the cleaning up of this many weapons and get that many weapons off the streets, is a very long and hard work. The Rialto Police Department has done this work, in order to gather the illegal weapons that the Gang Members had and get the guns out of the their hands, so that they cannot go shooting up the street, and all the people in it.

Thank God for the Police Department and the Long and Tedious work that they did to Clean up the all the Guns from the Street.

Thank God For Rialto Police Department!!

BS Ranch

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