‘Investigating gang crimes is like digging a hole in a mud puddle,’ says Oklahoma City police gang unit investigator

Detective Tim Hock said victims are uncooperative about 75 percent of the time. Police officers investigating gang-on-gang crime often are considered a victim’s enemy as much as the suspect is, he said.

BY LEIGHANNE MANWARREN Modified: April 20, 2013 at 1:27 am •  Published: April 21, 2013
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Detective Tim Hock has pursued drive-by shooters, homicide suspects and robbery suspects in every corner of Oklahoma City for nearly two decades. He hunts down “the worst of the worst.”

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