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Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Alleged MS-13 gang member arraigned - San Jose Mercury News

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Alleged MS-13 gang member arraigned - San Jose Mercury News: "alleged high-ranking Salvadoran gang member arrested recently in Santa Cruz pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges he had entered the country illegally, federal officials said.
Jose Abrego-Galdamez, 30, faces a maximum two-year prison term.
Abrego-Galdamez has been deported from the United States three times in the past eight years, most recently in 2005. The case affidavit states that Abrego-Galdamez told officers he was initiated into MS-13 while in El Salvador and has the letters 'M' and 'S' tattooed on his right and left shoulder.
He was arrested May 28, in the first such local arrest after Santa Cruz police launched a partnership with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement gang unit. Abrego-Galdamez has a county arrest record for drug and alcohol-related offenses.
A trial date has not been set."

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