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Friday, 9 March 2012

Latin Kings gangster pleads guilty to conspiracy charges

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Defendant in the Latin Kings racketeering case has pleaded guilty. Gabriel Jalomos, of Chicago, plead guilty Thursday morning before U.S. District Judge Rudy Lozano to one count each of conspiracy to racketeer, conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 5 kilograms or more of cocaine and 1,000 kilograms or more of marijuana and committing a robbery affecting interstate commerce, according to records with U.S. District Court in Hammond. The first two counts were connected with a racketeering case filed against more than 20 alleged members of the Latin Kings street gang that claimed they had worked together for decades to use violence, including killing people, to control areas in Northwest Indiana and Chicago in which they sold drugs. The racketeering count included 19 killings, although other defendants were charged specifically in those killings. The third count is from a separate case filed a year ago claiming Jalomos robbed the 7-Eleven on Calumet Avenue in Hammond. Jalomos faces a minimum of 10 years and up to life in prison.

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