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Old 01-11-2019, 09:23 AM
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MS-13 gang members attacked LI teens with bats and knives: DA
By Jon Cronin and Priscilla DeGregory
January 10, 2019 | 11:03pm | Updated January 10, 2019 | 11:41pm

Three reputed MS-13 gang members have been busted in a bat-and-knife attack on a group of teens outside a Long Island burger joint, authorities announced Thursday.

Ramon Aravelo-Lopez, 19, Oscar Canales-Molina, 17, and Nobel Montes-Zuniga, 20, are accused of jumping the Huntington Station teens in the parking lot of a Burger King as they were walking out on Wednesday, said Suffolk County DA Timothy Sini.

Inside the eatery, “the teens noticed a group of approximately six Hispanic males who they recognized from school, including the three defendants, staring at them in a menacing way,” Sini said.

They were uncomfortable so they left the restaurant. “But they were followed by the defendants,” the DA said.

Once outside the alleged gangbangers “charged the teens while wielding bats and knives and an altercation broke out between the two groups,” Sini continued.

Aravelo-Lopez allegedly stabbed a 16-year-old victim in the back. The victim survived and another had minor injuries, prosecutors said.

The perps fled the scene in a black 2007 Toyota but were found with blood on their clothes and hands when they were arrested shortly after, according to prosecutors.

Sini said the incident was “essentially random acts of violence. “

Authorities were able to trace the men back to the notoriously violent Salvadoran-based gang by running them through a database of MS-13 members.

Araveles-Lopes and Canales-Molina are both illegal immigrants who have been picked up by Homeland Security on prior occasions but were ultimately released , prosecutors said. Montes-Zuniga is also an illegal immigrant, officials said.

They are each charged with second-degree assault and face up to seven years behind bars of convicted.

They were arraigned in Suffolk County court Thursday and held in lieu of $35,000 bail. Aravelo-Lopez’s lawyer, Jason Bassett, said his client is innocent.

“It appears that my client was in the wrong place at the wrong time,” Bassett said.

The other two defendants’ attorneys did not immediately return request for comment.
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Police unions say removing ICE from Long Island could be deadly
By Kevin Sheehan and Max Jaeger
January 22, 2019 | 3:06pm | Updated January 22, 2019 | 5:52pm

Nassau County is rolling out the red carpet for the brutal MS-13 gang by booting Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers from the local jail, police union leaders charged on Tuesday — as county leaders shot back that the cops were ginning up phony outrage over an unrelated collective bargaining dispute.

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran last week asked the feds to yank six officials from the ICE Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations from the county’s correctional center in East Meadow by Jan. 31, following a November state appellate court decision that localities cannot hold suspects on ICE warrants alone.

But police union honchos slammed the plan as “stupid” and “mind-boggling” during a press conference Tuesday.

“It could be tragic. It could end up in deaths in Nassau County,” said county Police Benevolent Association president James McDermott. “This is a political decision. This is not a decision for public safety. I’m calling on the county executive to reconsider and stop the madness.”

McDermott said ICE agents are able to get inside information on gangs such as the brutal MS-13 that his own local cops are not.

“They deal directly with gang members and they are very good at it,” McDermott said. “ICE is good at getting information from these guys in jails. We are nothing without information.”

Information gathered by ICE helped thwart an April 2018 plan by MS-13 to kill a police officer, union officials said.

“A police officer’s life was saved and possibly members of the public also,” McDermott said.

Nassau County has become ground zero for the brutal MS-13 gang, prompting President Trump to visit the island last year.

But Curran said Tuesday the six ICE officers are simply being moved to a facility at the Nassau University Medical Center across the street — and argued that the unions are coming after her because they’re mad that labor contract negotiations have stalled.

“The decision to relocate ICE agents from the County jail facility had no effect on ICE’s jurisdiction to operate within the County. The Nassau County Police Department will continue to notify ICE at the time of arrests, as they did before. The only change will be the relocation of ICE officers from jail property to prevent mistakes that could lead to unlawful detentions,” said Nassau County communications director Christine Geed.

“This has never been a police issue and it has not impacted police procedures in any way. What this morning’s PBA press conference was about is collective bargaining!”
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MS-13 gang member sentenced to 27 years in prison

By Emily Saul
January 24, 2019 | 7:20pm


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A reputed MS-13 gang member nicknamed “Satanico” was sentenced to 27 years behind bars Thursday for his role the 2015 killing of a Long Island teenager.

William Castellanos, 22, admitted last year to taking part in the group slaying of 16-year-old Jonathan Cardona Hernandez, who was found shot to death in June 2015.

The teen, who was shot 10 times, was mistaken for a member of a rival gang, prosecutors said.

Castellanos pleaded guilty in February 2018 to causing Cardona-Hernandez’s death through use of firearms.
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‘MS-13’ scrawled outside Queens pol’s office — the same weekend as gang slaying
By Max Jaeger
February 4, 2019 | 7:37pm | Updated February 4, 2019 | 10:04pm


"MS13" scrawled outside Queens politician Francisco Moya's office
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Vandals scrawled “MS13” outside a Queens pol’s office — on the same weekend a member of the ruthless gang shot dead a rival on a subway platform, it was revealed Monday.

City Councilman Francisco Moya shared photos of the graffiti and said it appeared some time over the weekend.

“Gang activity is not going to be tolerated here. The people of this community will not be made to feel afraid in the streets they walk, on the trains they take or in the homes where they live,” he raged in a statement.

“If intimidation is MS-13’s goal when its members resort to gun violence — as is reportedly the case in Sunday’s fatal shooting of a man on the 90th Street stop on the 7 train — or when they spray paint gang graffiti in our neighborhoods — as they did on my district office this weekend — they will fail in those endeavors. We are stronger than any senseless display of force.”

The tag was written in black letters about 3 feet in height, photos show.

On Sunday, 20-year-old Abel Mosso was gunned down on the No. 7 train platform at 90th Street — also in Moya’s district — following a scuffle with another man.

Mosso had ties to the 18th Street Gang, and a suspect in custody is a known MS-13 member, officials have said. NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea said the incident was “definitely gang-related” during a press conference Monday.
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