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Published On: Fri, Sep 11th, 2015

Wilmington: 13 Touch Money Gang members indicted for multiple crimes

Following a lengthy investigation involving multiple local, state and federal agencies, 13 members of the Touch Money Gang, or TMG, a violent Wilmington neighborhood youth gang, were indicted by a grand jury last week for a long list of crimes including six murders, five shootings with injuries and a bank robbery.

Crime Scene Tape photo/editted pic from FBI.gov

Crime Scene Tape photo/edited pic from FBI.gov

The indictment charges all 13 individuals; (JOHN BRISCO, aka “Bin Laden”, 18 years old; RAYMIRE BRISCOE, aka “Fats”, 15 years old; ALEXANDER FITZGERALD, aka “Trey”, 19 years old; BRYANT HAWKES, aka “Black Sosa”, 20 years old; AQUANTAY GARNER, aka “Caper Boi”, 19 years old
RYLIER GRAYSON, aka “Lier”, 20 years old; RONALD MADDREY, aka “Doo”, 20 years old;
KADIR MCCOY, aka “D-Rose”, 17 years old; TYMERE RIGHTER, aka “Frog”, 19 years old; JACQUEZ ROBINSON, aka “Quez”, 20 years old; RANDY SCOTT, aka “YL”, 23 years old; JAYMERE WHITE, aka “Jay 5”, 17 years old and DAYMERE WISHER, aka “Day-Day”, 16 years old); with gang participation because of membership in TMG and re-indicts a number of previous crimes that have now been determined to have TMG involvement.

Delaware Department of Justice, Wilmington Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation led the investigation that led to the 91-count indictment by a grand jury on August 31, which also involved the Delaware State Police, New Castle County Police, Juvenile Probation, New Castle City Police, Department of Corrections, Elsmere Police, Federal Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and U.S. Marshal Service. It is the largest indictment in memory by DOJ in terms of the number of homicides and shootings involved.

All 13 individuals indicted are now in custody.

“This indictment alleges what the residents of Wilmington unfortunately have experienced for the last several years, that a gang called TMG was bringing violence to their streets, some of which was committed by teens as young as 14 and 15 years old,” Attorney General Matt Denn said in announcing the indictments. “The level of violence and brazenness alleged to have been exhibited by TMG members is shocking. The number of shots being fired and the indiscriminate nature of the shootings are alarming. We believe the murders were committed by TMG members who were between the ages of 14 and 19 years old when they pulled the trigger.”

“These indictments are a step in making city neighborhoods safer, but also are a reminder of the gun violence we unfortunately continue to see daily, often perpetrated by teens and young adults,” Attorney General Denn said.

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