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According to information presented in court, Pearson, Malachi and Turner acted as "hustlers" or distributors of controlled substances including heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine for the gang. Davis was a "soldier" or enforcer for the gang, providing protection for the enterprise through the commission of violent crimes. Malachi was involved in the distribution of heroin on multiple occasions from approximately 2003 to August 2006 including arrests for heroin, marijuana and crack cocaine. On June 22, 2009, while on probation and still wearing an ankle monitoring bracelet, Malachi was arrested selling heroin in the Crips-controlled neighborhood of Northview Heights.




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According to court documents, Clark acted as a "hustler" or distributor of controlled substances, including heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine, for the gang. He also acted as a "soldier/gorilla" or enforcer for the gang, providing protection for the enterprise through the commission of violent crimes. According to information presented in court, Clark and a co-conspirator were responsible for at least two armed robberies, one of which involved a carjacking. Clark was also involved in at least two instances relating to the obstruction of criminal investigations, including a homicide prosecution. In addition, in December 2007, Clark pointed a firearm at several Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agents and task force officers as they drove an unmarked car through the Brighton Place neighborhood seeking to serve a subpoena on a government witness. Subsequent recorded telephone conversations from jail between Clark and his co-conspirators showed that Clark initially believed the occupants of the vehicle were members of a rival gang attempting to shoot at him and his fellow Crips members.


Fines imposed on nursing homes provide little incentive for improvement because they can be negotiated down or appealed and may not have to be paid for years. From 2004 through 2007, fined nursing homes paid the full amount in only 16 percent of cases. Some fines were reduced as much as 80 percent.


These incidents served as a call to arms to government offices and personnel to better protect personally identifiable information (PII). These breaches and others like them are completely avoidable. Most importantly, employees should not load any personally identifiable information personal computers as of Oct. 1, 2007. Vigilant physical security enforcement and supervisory oversight are essential in protecting personal information.


Year: 2007(12-29-07) UWGB security review focuses on communication, student aid Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (12-08-07) Students shine light on UWGB's carbon footprint Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (12-03-07) More projects lie ahead at UWGB Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (12-03-07) Editorial: Quick takes: Phuture Phoenix Green Bay Press-Gazette (11-24-07) Get tough, crack down on ozone Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Crossroads section, JS Online By Michael Kraft, Herbert Fisk Johnson Professor of Environmental Studies University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (11-09-07) Anti-smoking forces turn up the heat for ban Green Bay Press-Gazette By Tony Walter (11-2007) Inspiring students to create the future Phi Delta Kappan By Cynthia Shepard, Kristin M. Vespia, and Colleen Fitzpatrick,with Timothy U. Kaufman, Linda Tabers-Kwak, and Deborah Furlong (10-31-07) $33 million Kress Events Center open for fitness Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (10-28-07) Guest column: UWGB appreciates support from community Green Bay Press-Gazette By Bruce Shepard, Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (10-23-07) UWGB takes action on increased crime, arrests Green Bay Press-Gazette By Mike Hoeft (10-10-07) UWGB students give back, show fifth-graders college is possible Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (10-07-07) Q&A: Life is better when 'we' win Green Bay Press-Gazette By Warren Bluhm (09-26-07) The accidental professor You Magazine, Green Bay Press-Gazette By Sharon Verbeten (09-21-07) UWGB freshman seminars offer smaller class size Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (09-12-07) Friends, family celebrate Xiong at UWGB memorial Green Bay Press-Gazette By Corinthia McCoy (08-31-07) Report commends safety at UW-Green Bay, St. Norbert Green Bay Press-Gazette (08-31-07) UWGB students settle into new homes in dorms Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (08-19-07) Budget implications dire, educators say Green Bay Press-Gazette (08-14-07) Police prepare for the worst at UW-Green Bay with emergency training Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (08-08-07) UW tuition increases by smallest percentage in years Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (07-28-07) UWGB conference focuses on psychology curriculum Green Bay Press-Gazette By Sara Boyd (07-28-07) UW-Green Bay hosts second annual Grandparents' University Green Bay Press-Gazette By Corinthia McCoy (07-22-07) Budget appropriation critical to UW-Green Bay, chancellor says Green Bay Press-Gazette By Karen Lincoln Michel Press-Gazette Madison bureau (07-18-07) UW schools join Doyle's call against GOP budget Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (07-02-07) UWGB literacy study earns international recognition Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (06-30-07) Camp helps grieving kids cope Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (06-18-07) Educational benefits of Einstein Project not just a theory, study finds Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (06-17-07) Guest column: Let's discuss the language of science - and space Green Bay Press-Gazette By R. Aileen Yingst, Director of Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium, UW-Green Bay (06-14-07) Editorial: Bruce Shepard sounds definite on staying Green Bay Press-Gazette (06-10-07) Weidner receives grand goodbye in memorial tribute Green Bay Press-Gazette By Warren Gerds (06-07-07) Editorial: Weidner's legacy endures at UWGB Green Bay Press-Gazette (06-07-07) Community reaction on the Weidner legacy Green Bay Press-Gazette By Mike Hoeft (06-07-07) Innovation defined Weidner Green Bay Press-Gazette By Tony Walter (06-07-07) Weidner recalled as man of vision Green Bay Press-Gazette By Warren Gerds (05-28-07) Businesses to benefit from new degree program The Business News Commentary by Eric Craver, Office of Adult Degree Programs, UW-Green Bay (05-28-07) Free Enterprise helps students prepare for real world jobs Green Bay Press-Gazette Compiled by Richard Ryman (05-12-07) 2007 Spring Commencement Address Presented by William A. Gollnick, chief of staff, Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin (05-03-07) Tech colleges, UW team up Appleton Post-Crescent By Kara Patterson (05-03-07) UWGB chancellor, Shepard, to co-chair security task force Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (04-15-07) Talking online dictionary helps keep Oneida language alive Green Bay Press-Gazette By Malavika Jagannathan (04-15-07) Native Americans come together for music, dance Green Bay Press-Gazette By Paul Srubas (04-15-07) Guest column: Kodanko gives time, effort back to area Green Bay Press-Gazette By Ken Bothof, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, UW-Green Bay (04-11-07) Editorial: UWGB gets good news, bad news Green Bay Press-Gazette (04-10-07) Chancellor Shepard decides to remain at UWGB Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (04-08-07) Women's basketball: A new home rises for Phoenix Green Bay Press-Gazette By Scott Venci (04-07-07) Institute for Learning Partnership takes control of Phuture Phoenix Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (04-06-07) Plan eases transfer of tech credits to bachelor's program Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (04-02-07) UWGB students to help National Railroad Museum ride into future Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (03-30-07) Possible new job 'all about fit,' UWGB's Shepard says Green Bay Press-Gazette By Kelly McBride (03-25-07) Guest column: Low UW pay makes it tough to attract, keep faculty Green Bay Press-Gazette By Bruce Shepard, Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (03-09-07) UWGB art exhibit comments on emerging China Green Bay Press-Gazette By Katie Stilp (02-13-07) Doyle pushes affordable education at UWGB stop Green Bay Press-Gazette By Patti Zarling (02-03-07) Oldest UWGB graduate dies Green Bay Press-Gazette By Mike Hoeft (02-01-07) Message from Chancellor Shepard regarding 14-week semester (01-19-07) Editorial: UWGB funds need to stay in Doyle's state budget Green Bay Press-Gazette Home Search A-Z Index Departments & People Campus News & Events Directions


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