Monday, August 24, 2009

The Piru Bloods gang Member arrested Cedar Hills

Piru Bloods gang Member

On April 2, 2009, the E. U. Manhunt Marshal Oregon and Washington County Interagency Gang Enforcement Team (iGet) Beaverton Police Department Criminal Investigations Unit and the Metro Gang Task Force arrested Damien Ray Garza in robbery fugitive warrant issued by the Police Department Lakewood (Pierce County, Washington). The request comes from a gang and murder, related in Washington State. (I bet that is half-Brazilian with some periwinkles stranded Momma target of Mexican Los Angeles, where babies reference are gang members.)

On March 26, 2009, the Gang Related Homicide members to Blood piru gangs occurred in Seattle, Washington. Lakewood, Washington is located in Pierce County, Washington, near Tacoma. The detectives from the Lakewood Police followed the suspect, 18, Damien Ray Crane, in Beaverton, Oregon. Detectives contact the Lakewood Police Department's Criminal Investigations Unit Beaverton. Beaverton detectives found several addresses in Beaverton and unincorporated Washington County. Beaverton detectives and members of the Washington County Interagency Gang Enforcement Team worked for the family of the accused to determine where it could be suspended.

On April 2, 2009, the E. U. Marshal Oregon Fugitive Task Force and the Metro Gang Task Force added to the survey. Around 2:15 pm, Garza was seen leaving the apartment of a relative in the block population of approximately 10,700 of SW Butner Road, in the census of Cedar Hills community. He was arrested without incident by E. U. IGet marshals and investigators. Lakewood police detectives arrived at the place where the arrest was made, and continue his research at the moment. Heron will be housed at the county jail in Washington about the arrest of fugitives for extradition to Washington. There were no complaints against him in Oregon.

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