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Thursday, 23 September 2010

Two Gang Members Sentenced for Injunction Violations


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Two Gang Members Sentenced for Injunction Violations: "Andrew Lucio-Lopez, 21, of Bryan and Jesse Reyes III, 32, of College Station had been placed on probation for felony offenses in 2009. Both men were subject to the gang injunction filed by the Brazos County District Attorney's Office in October of 2009.
Lucio-Lopez was the first arrest made in the injunction and was convicted of violating the injunction on May 15, 2010, when he drank alcohol during a forbidden time in a forbidden location. He also admitted to several other probation violations such as failure to complete community service and failure to pay certain fees. He was sentenced to five years in prison for the probation violation and the maximum sentence for the injunction violation of one year in the county jail and a $4,000 fine. He must serve at least half of his time before he is eligible for parole.
Reyes was convicted of violating the injunction on May 21, 2010, by possessing a cell phone in a motor vehicle. He also admitted to several other probation violations such as failure to complete community service and failure to pay certain fees. He was sentenced to four years in prison for the probation violation and one year in the county jail and a $2,000 fine for the injunction violation. He must serve at least half of his sentence before he is eligible for parole.
Both men were documented members of the Surenos, a criminal street gang. According to Mike Kneese, the Bryan Police Department's gang expert, the Surenos are regularly involved in criminal activity including drug and weapons trafficking and violent retaliatory offenses."


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