Brooklyn DA, NYPD announce arrests of 32 alleged members of Wooo and Choo gangs

NEW YORK — Thirty-two alleged members of two violent road gangs have been arrested Tuesday in a shocking takedown by the Brooklyn district legal professional and the NYPD.

As CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported, the gangs are accused of working out of public housing complexes and usually stalking their enemies in broad daylight.

It is a video that explains the urgency of legislation enforcement officers to arrest almost three dozen violent, gun-happy members of the Wooo and the Choo road gangs. A gang member in a black hoodie opens hearth in broad daylight on a person placing his little one right into a automotive. He thinks the person is a rival, however he misses that man and as a substitute hits an harmless 3-year-old leaving daycare.

“She suffered a direct hit into the shoulder area of her body,” Brooklyn DA Eric (*32*) mentioned.

Believe it or not, the subsequent day the gang banger bragged about posting a video, mockingly from a narrative on CBS2, in a non-public chat.

“These individuals want to get credit for the harm that they’re doing,” (*32*) mentioned.

(*32*) and Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell introduced the arrest of 13 members of the Wooo gang and 19 members of the Choo gang that operated out of neighboring housing complexes in Brownsville.

The expenses included conspiracy to commit homicide, conspiracy to own weapons, tried homicide, reckless endangerment, and weapons possession. Officials mentioned that the 106 counts in 4 separate indictments included 27 incidents, two homicides, and 17 non-fatal shootings that wounded 14 folks, together with harmless bystanders.

More than 25 weapons have been used and many of the shootouts have been captured on surveillance movies, many in broad day mild.

“Consider the following ages: 62, 60, 17, 17 and 3. These are ages of victims that were shot during this investigation. This is the wisdom and the children of our community shot due to the sheer disrespect for life that these gangs show,” mentioned Jason Savino of the NYPD Gun Violence Suppression Division.

Sewell known as it, “Indiscriminate violence that terrorized the residents of 10 different housing developments. We have taken these criminal off our streets and together we will endeavor to keep them off.”

Officials say there was a lot animosity between the 2 rival gangs that they continued squabbling after they have been arrested and dropped at central reserving.

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