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05/29/08- Gregg County

State Indicted Street Gang Members Appear In Court

Combined force arrest teams have located and arrested 38 of the 56 State and or Federal indicted defendants targeted for arrest on Wednesday as a result of a multi-year organized drug and violent crime investigation in Longview and Kilgore.

"Law enforcement will continue to search for the remaining case fugitives until all are in custody," Lieutenant Mike Claxton said today. "Many of these gang members have the ability to be very mobile and have demonstrated elusiveness in the past", Claxton added. "We have the appropriate amount of enforcement assets in place to continue to search for those that remain wanted," Lieutenant Claxton, said.    

This morning, the State indicted defendants were escorted to individual arraignment hearings in either the 124th or 188th Judicial District Courtrooms in Gregg County.

The following list represents the State defendants arrest information, and bond amount determined by the hearing Magistrate:

Morris Wayne Boone 56 of Kilgore -  $10000 

Hollis Brown Sr., 71 of Kilgore - $5000

Dre Theron Dennis 17 of Kilgore - 2 indictments $ $2500 each charge

Bradley Fagans 18 of Kilgore, 3 indictments, $5000, $20000 and $20000

Clifford Wayne Franklin 19 of Kilgore, $2500

Bridget Delores Johnson 30 of Kilgore $2500

Keshia Magan Kennedy 22 of Kilgore, $7500

Linda Dudley Lacy 34 of Kilgore, 2 indictments, $ 15000, $2500

Rodesha Rebee McCray 24 of Longview, $7500

Demarcus Ray Nobles 41 of Kilgore, $5000

William Ray Patterson 52 of Longview, 2 indictments, $15000 - $7500,  

Patrick Dewayne Pegues 22 of Kilgore, 3 indictments, $2500 each

Ladarrin Detrez Rayson 19 of Longview, $5000.00

Albert Rider 22 of Kilgore, $5000

Posted By: LaKecia Shockley lshockley@kltv.com

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