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Friday, 21 May 2010

Rios and Bustamante were described as a "blight on the community


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Reyes Rios, 32, the alleged leader of the East Side LReyes Rios, 32, the alleged leader of the East Side Longos gang, was arrested at his home and faces charges in two attempted murders. He is being held on $500,000 bail.

Ruhani Bustamante, 28, of Long Beach, was arrested in connection with 11 shootings, two of which resulted in murders. Bustamante was arrested at a local business and is being held without bail.

Also arrested on the following charges were:

Delores Ruiz, 29, of Lakewood, destruction of evidence.

Maria Kanlilar, 28, of Long Beach, accessory to murder.

Juan Herrera, 32, of Long Beach, attempted murder and accessory to murder.

Jose Luis Cortez, 37, of Long Beach, accessory to murder.

Martha Arevalo, 39, of Long Beach, attempted murder.

Jesus Ramirez, 24, of Long Beach, witness intimidation.

Lisa Sedillo, 34, of Long Beach, witness intimidation and a 1992 murder.
ongos and suspected triggerman and ESL member Ruhani Bustamante, 28, were arrested during a series of raids carried out by Long Beach police with county, state and federal agencies, the chief said.

Rios and Bustamante were described as a "blight on the community"


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