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Old 10-09-2009, 12:12 PM
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Looked into to this so called gang related case out of curiosity. I live in the area and never heard anything about it.

According to the Trent Woods PD the people that Ms. Everett is referring to were invited by Ms. Everett to stay with her. Unfortunately she placed her trust in the wrong people.

The Trent Woods PD also mentioned in the last 27 years there has never been a gang or gang related activity in Trent Woods and certainly no drive by shootings. Trent Woods is just not that kind of neighborhood.

Trent Woods is made up of active families, retirees and some military. Nicholas Sparks, Governor Beverly Purdue (part-time resident) live here as well as many Doctors, Lawyers, Realtors, Bosch employees and the like.
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Old 10-09-2009, 12:47 PM
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