Fairfax City police have charged a Prince William County father and his 17-year-old daughter with recruiting students to a gang.
A police affidavit alleges that Theodore Olds, 43, directed the local Elm Street Piru set of the Bloods.
It states that an informant and two Fairfax High School students told police that Olds and his daughter were recruiting across
northern Virginia and that the gang commits larcenies and robberies at Theodore's direction to make money.
Sgt. Pam Nevlud said Olds and his daughter were arrested during a traffic stop Friday.
Olds was charged with two counts of gang recruitment on school property, three counts of gang participation and one count each of
robbery and use of a gun in a robbery. His daughter was charged with two counts of gang recruitment and two counts of gang participation.
Both are being held in Fairfax.