Miami-Dade police crack down on Yellow Tape street gang
31 people to face charges in Operation Bad Manor
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – The Miami-Dade Police Department is cracking down on a growing criminal street gang that calls itself Yellow Tape.
Police said the gang, which started off as a neighborhood clique, operates within the Cutler Manor Apartment Complex at 10875 SW 216th St.
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Miami-Dade police spokesman Detective Daniel Ferrin said Operation Bad Manor, which was carried out Wednesday morning, consisted of the execution of 10 search warrants serving 31 arrest warrants.
Ferrin said 15 bench warrants were also served as well as probation checks for known Yellow Tape gang members and associates.
Detectives said the gang has transitioned into a criminal enterprise with subsets that use “violence and intimidation to take over drug territory.”
Ferrin said gang members have been involved in narcotic sales, burglaries, robberies, murder and firearm violations.
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