Canby Oregon Ruined By Mexican Gangs Sureños South Side Local and Brown Pride Norteños:Ivan Velasco Rodriguez Gang Member?

 Canby Oregon Ruined By Mexican Gangs Sureños South Side Local and Norteños ~~~~ Canby Oregon Welcomes all Mexican Illegals and Gang Members- they aren’t Latinos and they aren’t hispanics, they are mexican criminals

 the mexicans weren’t there 30 years ago, this is the product of Mexican migrants not leaving and producing mexican anchor baby criminals. it is the outcome of ICE and the local Police refusing to check immigration status and deporting Illegals .

It was a successful day in Canby, fundraising for the family of Ivan Velasco Rodriguez, who died on December 11, 2011 from a pipe bomb explosion, leaving a wife and four children behind.

Canby Mexicans gang rivalry flares into violence, police say- but don’t bother checking immigration status or deporting the illegal mexican criminals

Published: Monday, April 19, 2010, 11:41 AM     Updated: Monday, April 19, 2010, 5:12  

 

shotcar.jpgThe SUV involved in the shooting was later found abandoned on Oregon 99E.

CANBY — A long-simmering gang rivalry erupted in violence Sunday, leaving one man shot and one hit by a car.

Both victims were rushed to OHSU Hospital.

“There’s definitely a gang problem in Canby that needs to be dealt with,” said Sgt. Scott Cunningham, Canby police spokesman. “It’s been quiet the past couple of years, since we’ve had an incident. But this is a bad one.”

Cunningham said officers were dispatched to the corner of South Knott Street and Southeast Third Avenue shortly after 5 p.m. to investigate a report of three to six shots fired. Officers found the streets full of people.

“There were a lot of people and there was a lot of anger,” Cunningham said.

2010011735_0300.jpgView full sizeGerardo Ramirez Flores

Lt. Jorge Tro said a group of men affiliated with BPN, or Brown Pride Norteños gang, were standing on a corner when a Ford Explorer filled with men affiliated with the Sureños SSL, or Sureños South Side Local gang drove by. After an exchange of words, some Norteño member on the corner shot the Explorer, hitting it twice and striking the passenger behind the driver.

Tro said the Explorer then drove off and turned around, stopping at the corner. Three men jumped out and a big fistfight broke out.

The SUV then drove off a second time and turned around again, returning to run into a Norteño.

Tro said the Explorer later was found abandoned on Oregon 99E.

Police located the driver, Gerardo Ramirez Flores, 24, of Canby, who admitted hitting the man. He was arrested and booked in the Clackamas County Jail on accusation of first-degree assault.

Tro said investigators still are trying to determine who shot the Explorer.

The gunshot victim, Ruben Vera, 27, of Canby was rushed to OHSU Hospital by Canby Fire District ambulance. He was treated for a wound near his shoulder and was released.

The man hit by the Explorer, Jonathon Saucedo Jiminez, 23, of Canby, also was taken to OHSU Hospital, where he is in fair condition.

Tro said the fight broke out between the Norteños and Sureños gangs in response to a beating last week.

“We’re expecting more retaliation,” Tro said. “We’ll be keeping an eye out for it.”

Tro said there has been an increase in gang activity around town, along with more graffiti, in the past four months.

The name “Sureños” generally is taken by Latino gang members professing allegiance to a gang “set” in Southern California.

Gangs calling themselves “Norteños” generally claim similar connections to gangs in Northern California.

Rick Bella

 

 

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