Twenty-one alleged members of two subsets of a violent street gang have been charged in connection with a reign of terror that included multiple shootings throughout Brooklyn that left two men dead and four other injured, prosecutors say. The most recent takedown includes top leaders from a subset of the Folk Nation gang known as "No Love City," including Hans "YL Flocks" Destine and Jean "Juno" Fremont, who were part of a five-member "Steering Committee" that ran the No Love City sect, prosecutors said. Twenty-One Alleged Members of Violent Folk Nation Street Gang Indicted in Connection with Conspiracy to Possess Weapons, Commit Murder of Rivals Defendants Allegedly Plotted to Shoot Rivals in Flatbush, East Flatbush and Canarsie, Two Individuals Shot and Killed, Four Others Shot and Injured Brooklyn, New York, DERYCK THOMPSON (also known as Benzo, DBenzo and Kenzie) Additionally, during the execution of search warrants this morning, investigators recovered three firearms at Destines residence, one firearm at Lawrences residence, one from Thompsons residence and one from Baileys residence in Georgia. On November 9, 2020, Agoro, Destine, Hepburn and Thompson drove to Prospect Park South, where they shot at a group of individuals but did not hit anyone. On January 28, 2011, Merritt, Laurent, and another man attempted to rob Dasta James at his residence on McKeever Place in Brooklyn. //

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