Police have arrested five MS-13 gang members (Likely illegals) in the death of a sixteen year old boy. The coroner says he was stabbed over 100 times, his body set on fire and then dumped miles away. Police say they don’t know the motive yet, but the boys mother said it was because he wanted to quit the gang.
She said he had told her that he was carrying weapons to protect himself, but that it wouldn’t be enough to save him. His body was identified after police released the picture of his tattoo. She said the gang threatened to kill his family and the boy allegedly told them to kill him instead.
Cops charged the clique leader Jose Ordonez-Zometa, 29, with participating in the murder.
Maryland police say five MS-13 gang members stabbed one of their own 100 times and drove the body to Virginia where they set it on fire.
His body was found dumped on the side of the road in Stafford, Va., March 9.
Police in Prince George’s County said in a news release that the teen was killed in a home 60 miles away in Landover Hills, Md., that belonged to the leader of a Virgina MS-13 clique.
“To hear somebody was stabbed 100 times, per the medical examiner, pretty much speaks for itself how violent the attack would have been,” Maj. Brian Reilly said Friday at a news conference.
Police said the others suspects in the case were Jonathan Castillo-Rivera, 20; Kevin Rodriguez-Flores, 18; Christian Martinez-Ramirez, 16, and Jose Hernandez-Garcia, 25.