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Two gang members still wanted after 18 indicted last week

Tanasia Lashea Coleman and Marcus Jay Davis are wanted in connection with the bust.

DANVILLE, Va. (WSET) -- After nearly two dozen suspected gang members and associates in Danville were indicted last week, two remain at large.

The United States Attorney of the Western District of Virginia and Special Agent in Charge Adam S. Lee of the Richmond Division of the FBI were in Danville on June 14 to announce the arrests of 18 suspected gang members and associates.

The first indictment charges eight members of the MILLAs, a set of the Bloods street gang that they said has operated in Danville since sometime around 2015. Charges include federal racketeering conspiracy, violent crimes in aid of racketeering that includes murder and attempted murder and multiple uses of firearms during the commission of violent crimes.

The second indictment charges seven members of the ROLLING 60s, a set of the Crips street gang that they said has also operated in Danville since sometime around 2015. Charges include federal racketeering conspiracy, violent crimes in aid of racketeering that includes murder and attempted murder and multiple uses of firearms during the commission of violent crimes.

In addition, three female associates of the ROLLING 60s gang were charged with being accessories after the fact, obstruction of justice, and perjury.

The FBI said they are still looking for two people.

Tanasia Lashea Coleman, 21, and Marcus Jay Davis, 34, are wanted in connection with the bust.

FBI officials said Coleman is associated with the MILLAs gang and Davis is associated with the ROLLING 60s gang.

Both face charges of racketeering conspiracy, violent crime in aid of racketeering, and use of a firearm during a violent crime in aid of racketeering.

If you know where they are, federal officials are asking you to contact authorities with information that would lead to their arrest.

Information may be provided 24/7 to the Richmond Division of the FBI by calling 804-261-1044 or 911.

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