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Bloods Members
Charged With Killing Gang Member They Thought Was Gay

Bloods Members
Charged With Killing Gang Member They Thought Was Gay

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Two members of the Bloods gang in Baltimore have been charged with murdering a fellow gang member whom the suspects believed was gay, the Associated Press is reporting. Steven Hollis, 18, of Randallstown, and Juan Flythe, 17, of West Baltimore, were arrested Thursday and charged with the May stabbing of 18-year-old Steven Parrish of Randallstown.

Two members of the Bloods gang in Baltimore have been charged with murdering a fellow gang member whom the suspects believed was gay, the Associated Press is reporting.

Steven Hollis, 18, of Randallstown, and Juan Flythe, 17, of West Baltimore, were arrested Thursday and charged with the May stabbing of 18-year-old Steven Parrish of Randallstown.

The AP reports that court documents show the defendants believed Parrish was gay because of text messages they found on the victim's cell phone. Documents say the suspects were worried that having a gay member would make the gang appear weak.

Hollis and Flythe are being held without bail. (The Advocate)

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