Klean Up Krew Alleged To Be Front For Gang

By Lora Neng
May 25, 2012

Jameel “Biggs” Wilkes was one of 105 people indicted in Operation Bloodline, a gang sweep in Connecticut in which prosecutors proclaimed he was the leader to the New Haven Tre Bloods as the head of a purported sub-group called the “Klean Up Krew.”

According to the New Haven Independent, the prosecutors’ rationale was that the phrase “klean up” is jargon for shooting someone, while Wilkes’ sisters insisted that the “Krew” was a music group started to get kids off the streets and stop the violence. They filmed a video wearing their group name on t-shirts in a music video by French Montana, also suspected of Bloods affiliation, in the heart of the Tre Bloods territory of Dwight-Kensington.

Undercover agents are reported to have made controlled purchases of crack from Wilkes and wiretapped his phone, the particulars of which will be presented later in court under a “stipulation without prejudice” when the defense has had a chance to review the evidence and prepare their case.

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3 Comments for “Klean Up Krew Alleged To Be Front For Gang”

  1. william perez

    CRIP ki*lahHS REPRESNT!!!! >[

  2. lifers

    summer madness

  3. Mike

    time to visit wit da butt bandits inda pen…

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