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Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Jesus Espinosa of the Hermanos Pistoleros Latinos gang was sentenced

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The purported leader of a gang that stole loads of cocaine and methamphetamine in home robberies and carjackings was sentenced to life in prison Monday.Five others sentenced Monday on drug and weapons charges included Robert Ortega-Martinez, 28, sentenced to 34 years; Ricardo Villegas, 28, sentenced to 26 years; Eduardo Ontiveros-Trevino, 37, sentenced to 17 years; Jaime Alberto Saavedra, 29, sentenced to 10 years, and Victor Marquez, 28, sentenced to 10 years.Jesus Espinosa, 30, of the Hermanos Pistoleros Latinos gang was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Randy Crane for conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine.Espinoza and 14 others, some from his gang and others from another group, were earlier convicted on various charges stemming from drug robberies in McAllen in 2006, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Espinoza's gang typically stole the drugs at gunpoint after receiving tips from the other group.

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Anonymous said...

hpl is not a respected gang in tdc nomore ,it was broken up(lost its fama) in tdc,by the eme ad ts.most r in p.c.


speedy said...

i knew escalera personally as a carnal y como compa. couldn't find no more firme vato. as to that vato chafa claiming hpl broke up, pendejillo tdc seg us up for being the most violent. hpl siempre a corrido solo aqui y donde sea guey. they might of locked us down in la tejana pero estamos mas fuertes k la chingada en la federal! our objective is the free not the pintas, yall can have the pintas

speedy said...

escalera hang in there bro. k viva pancho villa


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