December 26, 2007
Albany -- An Albany man says he was kidnapped at gunpoint by gang members because he was trying to leave their gang.
20-year old Quantavis Robinson told Police four masked gunmen kidnapped him Saturday night and drove to a wooded area on Centennial Avenue.
Robinson told Police he was a member of the 8-trey Crips gang but left them a month ago to join the Insane Gangster Crips in Macon.
Robinson said he was told he would have to kill a rival gang member before he could leave the gang.
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