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Murder charges in 1988 Tacoma drive-by shooting

The Pierce County prosecutor filed murder charges Thursday against five men accused in a 1988 drive-by gang shooting in Tacoma.

The Associated Press

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TACOMA, Wash. —

The Pierce County prosecutor filed murder charges Thursday against five men accused in a 1988 drive-by gang shooting in Tacoma.

Prosecutor Mark Lindquist says it was believed to be the first gang homicide in the county.

The prosecutor says 17-year-old Bernard Houston was a Crip gang member shot by Bloods in retaliation for an earlier shooting.

Police detectives put together a case that led to charges against 45-year-old Brian Clement Allen, 42-year-old Terris Miller, 47-year-old , Nathaniel Miles, 44-year-old Darrell Montea Lee, and 44-year-old Anthony Ralls.

Allen, Miles and Ralls were scheduled for a Thursday arraignment. Miller is in federal prison and Lee in state prison.

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