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Thursday, 9 September 2010

Tri-City Bombers gang,triggerman in a fatal shooting that left a fellow member of an alleged drug smuggling operation dead.

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Hidalgo County sheriff’s investigators have identified a body found in a backyard north of the city as that of an 18-year-old Economedes High School student and alleged gang member.

The remains of Roberto Javier Resendez were in an advanced stage of decomposition when deputies discovered them nine feet underground and beneath two layers of concrete and a chicken coop Aug. 25 at a home on the 2600 block of Ken Drive, near the intersection of 5 Mile Road North and La Homa Drive.

The advanced decay forced investigators to rely on dental records to make a positive identification, Sheriff Lupe Treviño said.

“For us to go to dental records means fingerprints are non-existent,” he said. “We’re talking bones and dry skin. There was no skin tissue or organs.”

Investigators believe Resendez, a purported member of the Tri-City Bombers gang, was the triggerman in a fatal shooting that left a fellow member of an alleged drug smuggling operation dead.

Resendez himself was allegedly targeted for death by the drug smuggling ring. The group believed him to be a weak link within their operation, Treviño said.

“They suspected him of having the potential to leak information out,” he said. “He was hard core (and) had a very lengthy felony and misdemeanor record. But he was very young, and they may have seen that as a weakness.”

On Aug. 26, six people were charged with capital murder in connection with Aguilar’s death. Each provided deputies with kidnapping and murder confessions.

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