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Nov 14, 2012

GSU finds drugs and ammo in city operations

While the raid on PIV came up empty, another operation on Plues Street by the Gang Suppression Unit resulted in the discovery of a cache of ammunition.  At about ten o’clock this morning, the GSU conducted a search on the roof of a derelict building, where they found a black plastic bag containing a small carton filled with twenty-eight rounds of five-point-five-six ammunition.  The bullets, used in M-16 rifles, were hidden inside the bag beneath a spread of linoleum.  A thorough search of the premises yielded nothing else.  Of note is that the abandoned house is situated two properties away from the base of the George Street Gang.  A second campaign in the vicinity of Linda Vista Estate shortly after one o’clock this afternoon also turned up drugs and ammunition.  The items, which were found in a swampy area behind the residence of the purported leader of the Complex Crew, were concealed inside several black plastic bags.  They contained a hundred and nine grams of cannabis and forty-one rounds of nine millimeter ammunition of various brands.

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8 Responses for “GSU finds drugs and ammo in city operations”

  1. Belizean says:

    Nice, keep up the good job GSU!

  2. Young Gial says:

    What I seh….GSU noh fail. Good job Gang Suppression Unit. Keep it up guys, the more drugs and ammo uno find the less cash and goods the gangs in the area have to support their criminal self. Thanks you

  3. Ixchel Pop says:

    Well in the scheme of things these are mere pecklings….

  4. Nimbo says:

    Hats off to the GSU! Keep the pressure on!

  5. John T says:

    Ixchel POP you obviously fail to see the silver lining in things. These ammunitions in the hands of crimnals are dangerous and indiscriminating. The removal of this small amount or peckling as you refer to it is in fact significant as a weapon cannot function without ammuntion so it destabilizes them and saves lives in the process. But of course, as negative as you can be, you will fail to see this.

    good work GSU, at least your operation brings fruit and not just a show.

  6. Stephen Mendoza says:

    @ Ixchel Pop. It only takes one bullet Ixchel and who knows maybe one of those 41 rounds may have had your name written on it so be grateful and stop the Hate.

  7. Westbredjay says:

    Good job people, don’t stop!

  8. Southern says:

    I applaud the GSU. Keep the pressure on those wannabe gangs and criminals. don’t let them breathe for a second.

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