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Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Daniel Bonilla $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of an alleged gang member wanted for overseeing the distribution of crack cocaine

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$5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of an alleged gang member wanted for overseeing the distribution of crack cocaine at various locations throughout Chicago. Daniel Bonilla was charged with violation of federal drug law and has been the subject of a nationwide manhunt coordinated by Chicago FBI Joint Task Force on Gangs since October. Bonilla is allegedly a member of the Spanish Cobras street gang and was among 30 gang members and their associates charged as a result of the "Operation Snake Charmer" investigation, according to an FBI release. Bonilla is one of only three defendants who remain at large. The suspect is described as a 25-year-old Hispanic male with a heavy build, weighing about 300 pounds. He is about 5-foot-8 with black hair, brown eyes and slight facial hair. He is also known on the street as "Heavy," the release said. A reward up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to Bonilla's arrest.

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