Murder suspect caught through gang’s MySpace page

  • Oakland (CA) – Street gangs are increasing turning to social networking sites to boast about their accomplishments, but an Oakland murder suspect is now behind bars because of one such site.  19-year-old Dwayne Stancill was booked on suspicion of shooting a local high school football player.  Police detectives initially only had a vague description of the suspect, but came up with a name after viewing a MySpace page belonging to a local street gang.

    Stancil, who is interestingly enough a son of a police detective, was arrested by officers on Tuesday after he was caught driving a stolen minivan.  He is being held without bail.

    Read more … San Francisco Chronicle.

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