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More arrests made related to Vic Boyz street gang

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The FBI arrested two more people as they round up members of the Vic Boyz Street Gang from the eastside.

Dantrell McCreary was arrested Wednesday afternoon on Dryden Avenue related to involvement in the Vic Boys Street Gang.
 
He's one of thirteen adults secretly indicted in the FBI's investigation.
 
Later in the evening, police in Columbus took a female into custody.
 
Authorities arrested eleven other members of the gang Monday.
 
During Wednesday's arrest on Dryden Avenue, a man and a woman at the house were arrested based on capiases in unrelated cases. A fourth man was captured and taken into custody when he fled the house.
 
Thirteen adults and three juveniles were indicted on Monday for their involvement in the gang, which operates primarily in the Victory Estates housing area. 

When police arrived at the scene on Dryden, MCreary surrendered willingly and was taken into custody.

A police officer was injured while chasing the person who fled. He was taken to the hospital.

The FBI Violent Crimes Task Force, Youngstown Police and the Boardman K9 unit worked in conjunction to arrest the four people in the home.

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