Sunday, December 11, 2011


SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE.....Three seriously injured in Newtown shooting. Paramedics took the 20-year-old man and 19-year-old man from Sarasota to Blake Medical Center in Bradenton and the18-year-old Bradenton man to Sarasota Memorial Hospital. All of the victims were reported to be seriously injured.

At about 1 a.m., police officers heard several gunshots in the vicinity of North Washington Boulevard and Martin Luther King Jr. Way. Sarasota Police soon received calls about a shooting in the parking lot of the Sunoco gas station, 2530 N. Washington Blvd, SEE MAP FOR LOCATION, CLICK HERE.

Different day, same story as gang bangers continue to shoot up the town, how could anyone in their right mind drive their car anywhere near Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Newtown.

What is this, shooting number 15 or 16 this year, how many dead, I've lost count, what is this some sort of turf war between the gangs as all the shooters In Newtown have been black males 17 to 25 in age with assorted criminal records all living the Fast Life.

See photo above of “painting” over the front door of the “Tube Dude” building in downtown Sarasota, the downward gang sign appears to spell out the letters W W.  

The tattoo’d letters on the fingers spell out gang slang “Fast Life” which means drug dealing, robbing and gang banging.  “FAST LIFE” A lifestyle that will land you dead or in jail at any given moment.

There are many different ways to live the fast life. These include drug dealing, robbing, gang banging or prostituting your body for moneyAre the “Tube Dude”  people supporting the Gang Fast Life, this is “ART” ?

Black gangs have no formal structure to speak of, the older members in their late 20′s early 30′s, are called the “Shot Callers”. Most “Shot Callers” have done hard time in prison where they made “business” contacts, they are the ones who deal in the major acquisition of drugs, the youngsters are often the footsolders who do the selling, fighting and dying.

The young gang members are generally the most dangerous because they’re willing to prove their gang loyalty by committing extremely violent acts, which often times includes shooting at, or otherwise fighting with police officers.

So what is next for Sarasota with the gangs shooting it out in Newtown, will there be dead cops in the streets like in Tampa and St Pete Fl?

Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at