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Friday, 15 August 2008

Juan Montes Jr., body was found at a San Luis Rey Park was among those named in an injunction issued against members of his San Clemente gang

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A man whose body was found at a San Luis Rey Park was among those named in an injunction issued against documented members of his San Clemente gang and their San Juan Capistrano rivals, authorities said today. The victim, whose bloodied body was found near some tennis courts about 6:15 a.m. Wednesday, was identified as Juan Montes Jr., 26, of Capistrano Beach, said Jim Amormino of the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Farrah Emami of the District Attorney's Office confirmed that Montes was among those named in the injunction approved by a judge last January as an enforcement tool against the dueling South Orange County gangs.
Amormino said the slaying is under investigation, with no progress in the case to report. An autopsy was performed, Amormino said. Investigators know the cause of death, but at this point will only say that Montes suffered traumatic upper body injuries consistent with foul play. A screwdriver was recovered in the park and taken for testing as possible evidence, but whether it is linked to the slaying has not been determined, Amormino said, noting that forensic testing is not immediate.
The park where the body was found is next to some apartments, a golf course and a playground. Amormino said crime in the area is rare. The man appeared to have been killed at the scene, Amormino said. The gang injunction that was signed Jan. 25 by Orange County Superior Court Judge Daniel Didier named 94 San Clemente and 132 San Juan Capistrano active gang participants.
It restricts or prohibits documented gang members from participating in such acts as congregating in public with others named in the injunction and using alcohol in public.

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