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Friday, 9 January 2009

Ielsin Fuentes Lemus claim affiliation to MS-13

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Police say it would be naiive to say there is are no MS-13 members in the upstate, but they have not heard of anyone other than a recent kidnapping suspect, Ielsin Fuentes Lemus claim affiliation. They say they have not seen any violent crimes directly related to that particular gang. Police say the public should not be scared and they do not believe there is a public threat in relation to this gang. In Spartanburg, there are three gangs that use the number 13, so investigators say it is often hard to tell which is which.Fuentes Lemus is the suspect in the kidnapping of a teenager who was held for ransom and then tossed from a car during a chase. He is wanted for kidnapping and armed robbery. The incident happened Tuesday at the El Mariachi Restaurant. The victim says a man put a gun up to him while he was getting into his Escalade.

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