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Police raid Minnesota reservations in 'Native Mob' investigation

WCCO reports the Justice Department has indicted two dozen people with alleged connections to a crime ring known as the "Native Mob." Authorities believe the gang has about 200 members and connections to communities in Minnesota. Police reportedly conducted raids on the White Earth, Mille Lacs, and Leech Lake Indian reservations, as well as in the Twin Cities.
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WCCO reports the Justice Department has indicted two dozen people with alleged connections to a crime ring known as the "Native Mob." Authorities believe the gang has about 200 members and connections to communities in Minnesota. Police reportedly conducted raids on the White Earth, Mille Lacs, and Leech Lake Indian reservations, as well as in the Twin Cities.

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