Suffolk County MS-13 crackdown nets 31 gang members

30 Long Island MS-13 gang members | 21 de octubre de 2016

Police and federal authorities have put six violent gang members in federal custody and have arrested another 25 on a variety of state charges, officials said. The arrests came in the wake of Sunday’s discovery of MS-13 gang member Jose Pena-Hernandez’s skeletal remains in the woods near the Pilgrim Psychiatric Center in Brentwood, according to Newsday. An autopsy revealed that Pena-Hernandez, 18, had been beaten to death. He was reported missing on June 13, officials said. His death was the sixth gang-related homicide in Brentwood in the last month, according to cops. “We are putting an enormous amount of pressure on the criminal element in the Brentwood area,” said Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy Sini.Sini said that cops have been rounding up MS-13 members since the deaths of Nisa Mickens, 15, and Kayla Cuevas, 16, in September in an attempt to “decimate” the violent gang. A motorist spotted Nisa’s body on Stahley St. in Brentwood about 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 13, Suffolk County cops said. The teen, who would have turned 16 the next day, was found with head trauma and multiple cuts on her face, cops said. A day later, Cuevas was found dead, also badly beaten, in a wooded area near Ray Court about 200 feet from where Mickens was discovered. Kayla had been reported missing. On Sept. 21, investigators found the skeletal remains of Miguel García Morán, 15, of Brentwood, in an industrial area west of Emjay Boulevard, east of Sagtikos Parkway and north of the Long Island Rail Road tracks, cops said. No one has been arrested for the six gang-related slayings, officials said.
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