By CBS3 Staff

WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — A six-month-long investigation has led to more than a dozen arrests and more than 120 charges related to gang violence. Investigators say its connected to the Wilmington-area group NorthPak.

Today, Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings and a number of law enforcement leaders announced the indictment. Loved ones of victims were also at the news conference.

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Jennings says it’s families like these bearing the weight of gun violence.

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“Wilmington is a small city and these families are our neighbors. Ending this awful scourge will require all of us to treat their pain and suffering as our own. Today is a step toward justice for them,” Jennings said.

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The violence includes six murders and a number of attempted murders.