Best Crime Story of the Week!
Deputies in California's Inland Empire are on the ball. Searching for criminal white supremacist gang members and their associates, the San Bernardino County officers recently staked out local maternity wards in the area of Hesperia, Winchester and Perris.
Because they anticipated correctly that pregnant mothers in the gang desperately wanted to give birth on April 20, Adolf Hitler's birthday. According to the San Bernardino Sun, two of these mothers were captured at hospitals.
No word on what they named their off spring. In January, New Jersey police took three kids away from their parents after discovering the children had been named in honor of Nazi figures or philosophy.
--R. Scott Moxley / OC Weekly
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