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Thursday, 11 March 2010

Eduardo Ochoa, 40, was taken in,

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Eduardo Ochoa, 40, was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon after leaving a residence near 40th Avenue and Bethany Home Road in Phoenix.According to a news release, Ochoa was wanted for violating his federal supervised release after serving nearly 6.5 years in prison for possessing a firearm. Officials also said he is an 'investigative lead' in multiple homicides that were committed throughout the Valley within the past month.When Ochoa's vehicle was stopped, Deputy U.S. Marshals and investigators found a handgun and narcotics in the car; his prior criminal history reportedly includes convictions for weapons violations, aggravated assault and endangerment.According to the news release, the Mexican Mafia, known as La Eme, is an American-originated mostly Mexican-American criminal organization which originally formed in prison.It is reportedly one of the oldest prison gangs in the U.S. and operates inside and outside prisons."The arrest of this dangerous gang member was the result of numerous law enforcement agencies working together on a common goal," said United States Marshal David Gonzales. "The United States Marshals Service will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to target dangerous offenders in an effort to make Phoenix a safer community."

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