Crime

July 21, 2014 7:16 PM

Injunction against Hidden Valley Kings is working but expires soon

Charlotte’s temporary boot on the neck of the Hidden Valley Kings appears to be working, but there is no guarantee it will be kept in place past August. That’s when the city’s – and North Carolina’s – first temporary injunction against a reputed street gang is scheduled to expire.

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