In this Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, photo released by the Stockton Police Department's Gang Suppression Unit shows some of the 35 seized weapons including 10 assault rifles, after nearly 50 people were arrested in a crackdown on gangs in Stockton, Calif. Also seized was nearly $44,000 in cash, 34 pounds of marijuana, two pounds of methamphetamine, and two pounds of cocaine. The sweep was aimed at members of some of south Stockton's most notorious criminal gangs, with names like the MOB, Flyboys, East Coast Crips, Conway Gangsters, Sierra Vista Project and Glock Team.
In this Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, photo released by the Stockton Police Department's Gang Suppression Unit shows some of the 35 seized weapons including 10 assault rifles, after nearly 50 people were arrested in a crackdown on gangs in Stockton, Calif. Also seized was nearly $44,000 in cash, 34 pounds of marijuana, two pounds of methamphetamine, and two pounds of cocaine. The sweep was aimed at members of some of south Stockton's most notorious criminal gangs, with names like the MOB, Flyboys, East Coast Crips, Conway Gangsters, Sierra Vista Project and Glock Team. Stockton Police Department via AP)
In this Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, photo released by the Stockton Police Department's Gang Suppression Unit shows some of the 35 seized weapons including 10 assault rifles, after nearly 50 people were arrested in a crackdown on gangs in Stockton, Calif. Also seized was nearly $44,000 in cash, 34 pounds of marijuana, two pounds of methamphetamine, and two pounds of cocaine. The sweep was aimed at members of some of south Stockton's most notorious criminal gangs, with names like the MOB, Flyboys, East Coast Crips, Conway Gangsters, Sierra Vista Project and Glock Team. Stockton Police Department via AP)

Nearly 50 arrested in Northern California gang crackdown

December 07, 2017 06:36 PM

UPDATED December 07, 2017 06:37 PM

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