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pasadena denver lane member arrested for shooting 5

Postby Qdawg » October 17th, 2007, 11:07 am

Baltimore soldier is accused in shootings
18-year-old man held in Okla. jail; gang ties alleged
By Gus G. Sentementes and Liz F. Kay | Sun reporters
October 17, 2007

An 18-year-old Baltimore soldier was detained this week at an Army base in Oklahoma after city detectives accused him in the gang-related shooting of five people in the Barclay neighborhood last month.

Jerrell Hill of the 5600 block of Lothian Road in North Baltimore was arrested Monday afternoon by Army authorities at Fort Sill. He is charged with attempted murder in a warrant and is awaiting extradition, police said.

Authorities did not disclose a motive in the attack, but a police spokesman said investigators believe that the suspect is a member of a local Bloods group known as the Pasadena Denver Lane gang.

Hill's parents insisted last night that their son was not responsible for the attack and said they had no knowledge of his involvement in any violent gangs.

"He had a little gang he hung out with," said Robert Hill. "As far as calling them one of these Bloods or Crips, I have no idea about that."

Police said at least three of the five victims who were shot Sept. 20 have ties to a rival gang known as the Young Gorilla Family, which claims the Barclay neighborhood. Law enforcement officials believe the Young Gorilla Family and Bloods gang members have been responsible for a string of shootings and homicides in Barclay during the past year.

Police officials have pointed to an increase in gang activity in some neighborhoods as one reason for the city's higher homicide and shooting rates this year. As of yesterday, 240 people had been killed in Baltimore this year, compared with 218 for the similar period last year.

One of the victims in last month's shooting, Maxine Tate, 21, is a sister of Eric Tate, 19, a Young Gorilla Family member who pleaded guilty to killing two men - one a Bloods gang member - in Barclay last year. Under his plea deal, Tate will serve no more than 50 years in prison.

Police officials could not say whether Tate was targeted because her brother killed a Bloods gang member.

None of the other four victims - two men, a woman and a 16-year-old boy - was seriously injured in the shootings.

Police said two men approached the group on the street and one fired at least twice with a shotgun loaded with birdshot - tiny metal pellets that, when discharged from a shotgun, can spray a wide area.

The shooting, shortly before 1 a.m. Sept. 20, sent the victims scattering, and police officers found them at different locations around the 2400 block of Barclay St., according to Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman.

Four victims were treated and released from area hospitals. Tate was admitted and treated for wounds to her back at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Moses said.

Moses would not say how the investigation led the detectives to charge Hill; information about a possible second suspect was not available.

Hill lived in North Baltimore's Mid-Govans neighborhood, in an apartment with his parents, before going into the military.

He joined the Army on April 25 and was a private assigned to 1st Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery at Fort Sill, according to military officials. He had been assigned to the artillery unit last month, officials said.

On Monday, city police detectives went to his home at 5:30 a.m. in a visit the police report - obtained by The Sun - calls "a ruse."

Detectives showed Hill's parents a photo of a man they said was wanted for a shooting and asked whether he lived at their address, Robert Hill said. The photo was not of Jerrell, he said, and he told them that the only people who lived there were him, his wife and his son, who was serving in the Army.

Detectives then contacted officials at Fort Meade for help and were directed to Army criminal investigators at Fort Sill. After city detectives faxed a copy of the arrest warrant to the base, Army officials detained Hill, the report states.

Robert Hill said his son dropped out of one of the small schools at the former Northern High School in 10th grade, but completed a security trades program at Woodstock Job Corps Center. Jerrell Hill, the younger of two children, earned his GED in March and enlisted in April because "he decided he wanted to get off the streets and do something with his life," his father said.

His parents had served in the military and had convinced him it was time to leave childhood activities behind, Robert Hill said. Jerrell Hill graduated from basic and advanced individual training by Aug. 15 and returned to Baltimore for leave and to assist an Army recruiter in West Baltimore.

The soldier spent most of his leave at his parents' house. "A big part of him staying in the house was because he didn't want to fall back into the same things he was into," Robert Hill said.
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Postby MiChuhSuh » October 17th, 2007, 10:54 pm

I posted about this stuff a few weeks ago, this confirms it I guess - they got PDL and PJG in Baltimore
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Postby Qdawg » October 19th, 2007, 11:43 am

Evidence Clears Md. Soldier Of Shooting

(WJZ) BALTIMORE A new twist in the case of a Maryland soldier accused in a shooting. The judge asked that the charges be dismissed Thursday.

Dennis Edwards reports the charges are dropped after indisputable evidence showed Jerrell Hill left town before the shooting.

In spite of the evidence, investigators aren't convinced.

Baltimore Police got an attempted murder warrant for Jerrell Hill after a witness says he shot five people with a shot gun full of bird pellets in the 5600 block of Barclay St. But it turns out Hill had flown back to his base assignment at Fort Sill, Okla. 9 days earlier.

"This afternoon a prosecutor in the State's Attorney's office went to a judge and requested that the arrest warrant be quashed and the case be dismissed," said Margaret Burns of the Baltimore State's Attorney's Office.

Dropping the charges means Hill will be released from military custody to return to duty.

It's good, but not unexpected news for the 18-year-old's father, mother and girlfriend.

"I really wasn't worried. I knew where he was at all times. I was 100 percent sure that this was gonna break down," said Jerrell's father Robert Hill.

"The investigator who got the information that he wasn't there until Sept. 21. Where did you get that information from? Why did my son's name come from in the first place, and how did it go this far," said Jerrell's mother Quintina Hill.

But police tell Eyewitness News their investigation isn't over yet. They say Hill could still face charges.

They're still looking into what they call contradictory evidence about Hill's whereabouts between Sept. 11 and 21.

"If that's the case, if he's not responsible for it, obviously we don't want him to spend any more time in custody than he has already. And if he is the suspect, if it comes back to him, then we'll go get him again," said Sterling Clifford of the Baltimore City Police.

Hill's parents say there's no doubt he was at Fort Sill at the time of the shooting and before that. The Hill family says there is ample documentation because military personnel must sign in and out of work assignments.

Now the family is looking into legal options for totally clearing his name.
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Re: pasadena denver lane member arrested for shooting 5

Postby 2Klipz » January 20th, 2008, 12:08 am

Qdawg wrote:Baltimore soldier is accused in shootings
18-year-old man held in Okla. jail; gang ties alleged
By Gus G. Sentementes and Liz F. Kay | Sun reporters
October 17, 2007

An 18-year-old Baltimore soldier was detained this week at an Army base in Oklahoma after city detectives accused him in the gang-related shooting of five people in the Barclay neighborhood last month.

Jerrell Hill of the 5600 block of Lothian Road in North Baltimore was arrested Monday afternoon by Army authorities at Fort Sill. He is charged with attempted murder in a warrant and is awaiting extradition, police said.

Authorities did not disclose a motive in the attack, but a police spokesman said investigators believe that the suspect is a member of a local Bloods group known as the Pasadena Denver Lane gang.

Hill's parents insisted last night that their son was not responsible for the attack and said they had no knowledge of his involvement in any violent gangs.

"He had a little gang he hung out with," said Robert Hill. "As far as calling them one of these Bloods or Crips, I have no idea about that."

Police said at least three of the five victims who were shot Sept. 20 have ties to a rival gang known as the Young Gorilla Family, which claims the Barclay neighborhood. Law enforcement officials believe the Young Gorilla Family and Bloods gang members have been responsible for a string of shootings and homicides in Barclay during the past year.

Police officials have pointed to an increase in gang activity in some neighborhoods as one reason for the city's higher homicide and shooting rates this year. As of yesterday, 240 people had been killed in Baltimore this year, compared with 218 for the similar period last year.

One of the victims in last month's shooting, Maxine Tate, 21, is a sister of Eric Tate, 19, a Young Gorilla Family member who pleaded guilty to killing two men - one a Bloods gang member - in Barclay last year. Under his plea deal, Tate will serve no more than 50 years in prison.

Police officials could not say whether Tate was targeted because her brother killed a Bloods gang member.

None of the other four victims - two men, a woman and a 16-year-old boy - was seriously injured in the shootings.

Police said two men approached the group on the street and one fired at least twice with a shotgun loaded with birdshot - tiny metal pellets that, when discharged from a shotgun, can spray a wide area.

The shooting, shortly before 1 a.m. Sept. 20, sent the victims scattering, and police officers found them at different locations around the 2400 block of Barclay St., according to Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman.

Four victims were treated and released from area hospitals. Tate was admitted and treated for wounds to her back at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Moses said.

Moses would not say how the investigation led the detectives to charge Hill; information about a possible second suspect was not available.

Hill lived in North Baltimore's Mid-Govans neighborhood, in an apartment with his parents, before going into the military.

He joined the Army on April 25 and was a private assigned to 1st Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery at Fort Sill, according to military officials. He had been assigned to the artillery unit last month, officials said.

On Monday, city police detectives went to his home at 5:30 a.m. in a visit the police report - obtained by The Sun - calls "a ruse."

Detectives showed Hill's parents a photo of a man they said was wanted for a shooting and asked whether he lived at their address, Robert Hill said. The photo was not of Jerrell, he said, and he told them that the only people who lived there were him, his wife and his son, who was serving in the Army.

Detectives then contacted officials at Fort Meade for help and were directed to Army criminal investigators at Fort Sill. After city detectives faxed a copy of the arrest warrant to the base, Army officials detained Hill, the report states.

Robert Hill said his son dropped out of one of the small schools at the former Northern High School in 10th grade, but completed a security trades program at Woodstock Job Corps Center. Jerrell Hill, the younger of two children, earned his GED in March and enlisted in April because "he decided he wanted to get off the streets and do something with his life," his father said.

His parents had served in the military and had convinced him it was time to leave childhood activities behind, Robert Hill said. Jerrell Hill graduated from basic and advanced individual training by Aug. 15 and returned to Baltimore for leave and to assist an Army recruiter in West Baltimore.

The soldier spent most of his leave at his parents' house. "A big part of him staying in the house was because he didn't want to fall back into the same things he was into," Robert Hill said.



I KNOW A COUPLE OF PDL'S AND the OG FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND THE PDL'S IN BALTIMORE ARE REALLY UNORGANIZED AND DEEP.754 PROJECT GANGSTERS AND CRENSHAW MAFIA LANES AND DLB'S ROAM THE STREETS OF EAST BALTIMORE ALONG WITH TREETOP PIRUS WHICH WHO NOW HAVE BEEF WITH PDL'S & DLB.EAST BALTIMORE HAS ALOT OF 700BLK POINSETTIA ELM STREET PIRUS TOO AND NORTHWEST BALTIMORE IS HOME TO 1000 MAYO BLOCK ELM STREET.
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Re: pasadena denver lane member arrested for shooting 5

Postby 2Klipz » January 20th, 2008, 12:08 am

Qdawg wrote:Baltimore soldier is accused in shootings
18-year-old man held in Okla. jail; gang ties alleged
By Gus G. Sentementes and Liz F. Kay | Sun reporters
October 17, 2007

An 18-year-old Baltimore soldier was detained this week at an Army base in Oklahoma after city detectives accused him in the gang-related shooting of five people in the Barclay neighborhood last month.

Jerrell Hill of the 5600 block of Lothian Road in North Baltimore was arrested Monday afternoon by Army authorities at Fort Sill. He is charged with attempted murder in a warrant and is awaiting extradition, police said.

Authorities did not disclose a motive in the attack, but a police spokesman said investigators believe that the suspect is a member of a local Bloods group known as the Pasadena Denver Lane gang.

Hill's parents insisted last night that their son was not responsible for the attack and said they had no knowledge of his involvement in any violent gangs.

"He had a little gang he hung out with," said Robert Hill. "As far as calling them one of these Bloods or Crips, I have no idea about that."

Police said at least three of the five victims who were shot Sept. 20 have ties to a rival gang known as the Young Gorilla Family, which claims the Barclay neighborhood. Law enforcement officials believe the Young Gorilla Family and Bloods gang members have been responsible for a string of shootings and homicides in Barclay during the past year.

Police officials have pointed to an increase in gang activity in some neighborhoods as one reason for the city's higher homicide and shooting rates this year. As of yesterday, 240 people had been killed in Baltimore this year, compared with 218 for the similar period last year.

One of the victims in last month's shooting, Maxine Tate, 21, is a sister of Eric Tate, 19, a Young Gorilla Family member who pleaded guilty to killing two men - one a Bloods gang member - in Barclay last year. Under his plea deal, Tate will serve no more than 50 years in prison.

Police officials could not say whether Tate was targeted because her brother killed a Bloods gang member.

None of the other four victims - two men, a woman and a 16-year-old boy - was seriously injured in the shootings.

Police said two men approached the group on the street and one fired at least twice with a shotgun loaded with birdshot - tiny metal pellets that, when discharged from a shotgun, can spray a wide area.

The shooting, shortly before 1 a.m. Sept. 20, sent the victims scattering, and police officers found them at different locations around the 2400 block of Barclay St., according to Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman.

Four victims were treated and released from area hospitals. Tate was admitted and treated for wounds to her back at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Moses said.

Moses would not say how the investigation led the detectives to charge Hill; information about a possible second suspect was not available.

Hill lived in North Baltimore's Mid-Govans neighborhood, in an apartment with his parents, before going into the military.

He joined the Army on April 25 and was a private assigned to 1st Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery at Fort Sill, according to military officials. He had been assigned to the artillery unit last month, officials said.

On Monday, city police detectives went to his home at 5:30 a.m. in a visit the police report - obtained by The Sun - calls "a ruse."

Detectives showed Hill's parents a photo of a man they said was wanted for a shooting and asked whether he lived at their address, Robert Hill said. The photo was not of Jerrell, he said, and he told them that the only people who lived there were him, his wife and his son, who was serving in the Army.

Detectives then contacted officials at Fort Meade for help and were directed to Army criminal investigators at Fort Sill. After city detectives faxed a copy of the arrest warrant to the base, Army officials detained Hill, the report states.

Robert Hill said his son dropped out of one of the small schools at the former Northern High School in 10th grade, but completed a security trades program at Woodstock Job Corps Center. Jerrell Hill, the younger of two children, earned his GED in March and enlisted in April because "he decided he wanted to get off the streets and do something with his life," his father said.

His parents had served in the military and had convinced him it was time to leave childhood activities behind, Robert Hill said. Jerrell Hill graduated from basic and advanced individual training by Aug. 15 and returned to Baltimore for leave and to assist an Army recruiter in West Baltimore.

The soldier spent most of his leave at his parents' house. "A big part of him staying in the house was because he didn't want to fall back into the same things he was into," Robert Hill said.



I KNOW A COUPLE OF PDL'S AND the OG FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND THE PDL'S IN BALTIMORE ARE REALLY UNORGANIZED AND DEEP.754 PROJECT GANGSTERS AND CRENSHAW MAFIA LANES AND DLB'S ROAM THE STREETS OF EAST BALTIMORE ALONG WITH TREETOP PIRUS WHICH WHO NOW HAVE BEEF WITH PDL'S & DLB.EAST BALTIMORE HAS ALOT OF 700BLK POINSETTIA ELM STREET PIRUS TOO AND NORTHWEST BALTIMORE IS HOME TO 1000 MAYO BLOCK ELM STREET.
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Postby Qdawg » January 20th, 2008, 10:51 am

northwest baltimore is bounty hunter watts dominated(4 & 2 line)... isee alotta pdl taggs on the trains & they use 5 point stars in they taggings
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