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Last three members of Youngstown street gang convicted

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The last three members of a notorious street gang have been convicted and await sentencing.

Mahoning County Judge Maureen Sweeney accepted guilty pleas from Frankie Hudson, O'keefe Brown and Deon Sanders on Thursday.

The three belonged to the the H Block gang, that police say was responsible for street and property crimes. 

They'll be sentenced later on robbery and other charges.

Convicted gang leader Ruben Sanchez was sentenced to ten years in prison in July.

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