Captain John Young of the Elizabeth City Police Department (second from right) answers questions as part of a panel made up of law enforcement, juvenile services and court officials during a gang symposium at the Museum of the Albemarle Friday, January 24, 2014

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Captain John Young of the Elizabeth City Police Department (second from right) answers questions as part of a panel made up of law enforcement, juvenile services and court officials during a gang symposium at the Museum of the Albemarle Friday, January 24, 2014

Ganging up on Gangs: Law enforcement: Community key in local anti-gang fight

By William F. West

The Daily Advance

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An assistant district attorney says if the Elizabeth City community truly wants to be rid of gangs, then local residents need to step up and testify when accused gang members go to court.

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