Nassau officials: 'Ultra-violent' gang members arrested

Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice said the

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Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice said the "Rollin' 60's" gang moved into Nassau about 2001, as federal law enforcement resources turned away from domestic street gangs and toward the international fight against terrorism. (Nov. 16, 2012) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

Nassau law enforcement officials have announced the arrest of 14 gang members and four of their associates, a takedown that they are calling the largest in county history.

Prosecutors, who investigated the case along with police and the FBI, say the bust will cripple the "Rollin' 60's" gang, which they said is an "ultra-violent" subset of the national gang the Crips.

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