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Thursday, 27 November 2008

Arrest,Active member of the “Sureno” gang He admitted to being a former member of “Sureno” as he revealed his gang tattoos with the distinctive “13.”

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Border Patrol agents from the Tucson, Arizona sector arrested a man found to have a criminal record for armed robbery and with known ties to the “Sureno” gang.
Yesterday at 3 a.m. agents from the Casa Grande Station arrested the 20-year-old male illegal alien on the Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation. Criminal record checks revealed information detailing a previous conviction in 2005 for armed robbery in Atlanta. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison for this crime and ordered to serve three. He was then deported in 2007.Records also revealed that the subject was an active member of the “Sureno” gang. He admitted to being a former member of “Sureno” as he revealed his gang tattoos with the distinctive “13.” The “Sureno” gang, better known as a part of the “Mexican Mafia” started in California state prisons. The Mexican Mafia is a highly organized criminal entity thought to have more than 100,000 members and be involved in extortion, drug and human trafficking, and murder.The subject will be criminally charged with re-entry of an aggravated felon, as well as processed for removal.

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