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Thursday, 22 January 2009

East Side Loco street gang leader Edwardo Nino Alfaro federal sentence

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Edwardo Nino Alfaro, 26, identified as a leader of the East Side Loco street gang, was prosecuted under Idaho’s Criminal Gang Enforcement Act, which enhanced penalties for gang-related crime.Alfaro is already serving a 26-year sentence in Idaho prison in connection with a 2007 drive-by shooting in Caldwell. He will be eligible for parole in 2014, but will need to begin serving his 150-month federal sentence as soon as he is released from state prison, according to a Thursday news release from Moss.U.S. District Judge Lynn Winmill ordered Alfaro’s new federal sentence to run consecutively to his sentence in state prison, saying Alfaro poses “a very serious danger to the community of continued gang and gun violence.” Winmill said he hopes Alfaro is denied parole on the state charge and stays in prison until he is 62 years old.

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