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Fed indict two alleged gang members for murder

A federal grand jury has indicted two alleged members of the Schuele Boys Gang in connection with two murders.

The indictment charges Marcel Worthy and Roderick Arrington, both of Buffalo, with murder in aid of racketeering and discharge of a firearm in a crime of violence. The prosecutor is Assistant U.S. Attorney Wei Xiang.

Worthy and others, according to prosecutors, shot and killed 16-year-old Kevin Gray on Durham Avenue in December 2006 after confronting a group of teenagers at a gas station at Grider Street and East Delavan Avenue.

The indictment also charges Arrington with killing Quincy Balance near Northland and Stevens avenues.

Prosecutors say Worthy, Arrington and others believed Balance was involved in the death of a Schuele Boys associate.

The government’s prosecution of the Schuele Boys now involves 27 defendants. Nine have been convicted.