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During our investigation into gang life in Virginia, we uncovered more information than what fit into our 30-minute special report.
In the commonwealth, gang activity is considered a class five. If the participant is a juvenile, it’s a class four felony.
King said now he wants to keep others, especially young children, from going the same road he did — one riddled with violence.
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Sheriff C.T. Woody said the gangs of today are growing in violence.
Richmond Public Schools said it’s “Family and Community Engagement” (FACE) office works with students on gang issues.