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Thursday, 30 September 2010

Candelario Ramirez, Martin Ramirez and Hector Dominguez — all alleged members of the Latin Saints street gang

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Candelario Ramirez, Martin Ramirez and Hector Dominguez — all alleged members of the Latin Saints street gang — dragged the 20-year-old victim from his Dodge Magnum as he arrived at his workplace Saturday, Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney Gerardo Tristan said. The suspects are in their 20s and from the Back of the Yards.

When the man denied being a gang member, they beat him up on the 2100 block of West 47th Street, then stole his car, Tristan said.

Police found the defendants near the stolen car at a known Latin Saints hangout soon after, he added.

Judge James Brown ordered all three held on bail of $250,000

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