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3 People Arrested For Organized Crime After Police Say Ammunition Was Stolen

     Three people were hauled off to jail after police say 13 boxes of ammunition were stolen from Academy Sports in Wichita Falls. 

     Police tell Newschannel 6 around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon Mia Maldonado and Ramon Rubio went into the store and stayed inside for about 10 minutes. 

     Meanwhile, a third suspect Severiano Perez carrying a backpack got into the vehicle the two other suspects had just got out of before heading into the store.

     Later, police stopped the trio for a Gang Injunction Violation. 

     During a search of the vehicle officers found 13 boxes of ammunition. 

     Eleven were in Maldonado's purse and two were found under the back seat.

     All three were charged with Engaging in Organized Crime. 
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