Sheriff's secret gang allegedly marks shootings with tattoos5/11/2012
Investigators are looking into allegations that members of a reported secret clique within the Los Angeles County Sheriff's gang unit have matching gun-toting skeleton tattoos which they add ink to after they're involved in a shooting. One deputy's admitted to belonging to the group -- known as the "Jump Out Boys" -- and has named about half a dozen other members, according to the Los Angeles Times. While group tattoos aren't a problem, allegedly 'celebrating' a shooting could be and internal affairs investigators are looking into claims the group adds smoke to their tattoo's gun barrel after such events -- although sources say there's no evidence any of the shootings were "improper."
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