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More gang activity in MP

By Greg L | 27 July 2006 | Manassas Park, Crime | 8 Comments

The Manassas Journal-Messenger again reports on gang graffiti showing up in Manassas Park. We talked about an incident that happened earlier this month here involving a school bus.

From the article:

Gang graffiti was spray-painted on a 1991 Ford vehicle causing $500 in damage at the intersection of Conner Drive and General Way between July 13 and July 20.

I hope that local residents and the Manassas Park police are working together to quickly and decisively put an end to this. The easiest way to stop gangs from taking over a community is to agressively combat instances of a gang marking it’s “turf”. There’s more to winning this war, but fighting graffiti is a crucial early battle that must be won, and law enforcement can’t win this by themselves.

Steadfast defiance.

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  1. Anonymous said on 27 Jul 2006 at 9:37 pm:
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    Do you live here? Do you realize the level of apathy in this community? Just wondering…

  2. Had to Say said on 27 Jul 2006 at 10:46 pm:
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    Unfortunately most people in this area are like that, not just M.P. I wonder how much of the gang problem would go away if we would enforce our immigration laws and got rid of the over crowding situation in this area.

  3. Anonymous said on 28 Jul 2006 at 12:13 pm:
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    Conner has become a dumping ground for unwanted cars. It’s a public street, but since it is on the edge of the jurisdiction, it is often forgotten and neglected. The blame is often shifted to the HOAs that border it (which have their own problems with maintaining the neighborhood, board membership, and their management companies) but it truly the responsibility of the city of MP. Conner needs to be better patrolled by local police. Those neighborhoods need to be better patrolled.

  4. anonymous said on 28 Jul 2006 at 3:37 pm:
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    Did anyone notice the graffiti that was on the silver control box next to the RR crossing at Manassas Drive?

    Did anyone notice that it was gone–removed–the next day?

    Now, let’s compare that with the graffiti that’s on a VDOT street sign on 28—and which has been there at least 2 months DESPITE my email AND phone call about it.

    VDOT doesn’t give a crap.

    By VDOT standards, MP is doing a fine job.

  5. anonymous said on 28 Jul 2006 at 3:42 pm:
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    By the way, for anyone who would like to bring up problems you have with MP government, the city council meetings are on Tuesdays and you have 3 minutes to speak.

    http://www.cityofmanassaspark.us/Public_Documents/index for the meeting calender.

    For inoperable or abandoned vehicles, call Ron Winder @ 703-335-8866 — he works for Manassas Park.

    I called him about a wrecked vehicle that was towed to Belmont Station and left in a common parking spot. He talked to the person who owns it and got them to remove it a couple of days later.

    It had been there a week before I called him, and I got sick and tired of looking at it everytime I went to the mailbox.

    If you can’t be bothered to call about a problem, THEN DON’T BITCH WHEN NOTHING IS DONE.

  6. Riley, Not O'Reilly said on 29 Jul 2006 at 8:14 am:
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    Don’t forget, under Virginia’s RICO statutes, just being a member of a gang is a criminal offense that can land you in jail for up to 2 years. Any illegal gang activity on top of that will add on to a prison sentence.

    Seems to me the main problem around here is not going after gang members and prosecuting them to the fullest extent of the law. There is no reason why we can’t lock up every single one of them the police can find. Oh, that’s right, we’d have to have a competent Commonwealth’s Attorney office then to make sure they’d be convicted. Never mind.

  7. anonymous said on 29 Jul 2006 at 12:34 pm:
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    I assume you’re talking about Paul Ebert? Ebert did such a fine job going after Chapman, wonder why he couldn’t be bothered with any of the illegal alien gang-bangers in PW County?

  8. anonymous said on 29 Jul 2006 at 1:15 pm:
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    Oh, incidentally, a records check of the Prince William County Court Case system doesn’t seem to find that either of those MS-13 gangbangers picked up in MP back in March have a pending court date. Draw your own conclusions as to what that means.

    I’m talking about this:


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