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Fresno police arrest 6 suspected gang members in shooting that killed 4

By Daniel Uria

Dec. 31 (UPI) -- Police in California arrested six suspected gang members in connection with a shooting that killed four people last month.

Fresno Police Chief Andy Hall identified the six suspected members of a gang known as the Mongolian Boys Society. Billy Xiong, 25; Anthony Montes, 27; Jhovanny Delgado, 19; Pao Vang, 30; Porge Kue, 26; and Johnny Xiong, 25, were arrested for the Nov. 17 shooting.

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Billy Xiong was arrested on suspicion of mail theft on Dec. 17 and police found one of the weapons used in the shooting during a search of his vehicle.

Hall said Billy Xiong's brother, 28-year-old Randy Xiong, was killed in what they believe was an attack by another gang known as the Asian Crips 16 hours before the shooting.

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Xy Lee, 23; Phia Vang, 31; Kou Xiong, 38; and Kalaxang Thao, 40; were killed and six other people were injured by gunfire when two suspects entered a residence where people had gathered to watch a football game through an unlocked gate.

Hall did not specify which of the six suspects carried out the shooting but said they were all involved in the planning.

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