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Rialto gang that terrorized apartment complex targeted by injunctions

February 10, 2012 |  8:56 am

Police this week served a gang injunction on 19 suspected members of a Rialto gang reportedly formed from an alliance of ex-members of L.A.-based Bloods and Crips gangs.

About 50 officers from Inland Empire law enforcement agencies served the injunctions Thursday on youths said to be members of the Hustla Squad Clicc gang, according to the San Bernardino Sun and the Press-Enterprise.

The injunction, the fourth in San Bernardino County, prevents members from congregating in a four-square-mile section of Rialto.

Police told the newspapers that the gang -- said to have more than 100 members -- has terrorized residents of a Rialto apartment complex.

More recently, due to crackdowns, members have moved to Victorville, Barstow and Las Vegas, the newspapers reported.


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