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Monday, 4 June 2012

Reported gang member, wife accused of drug trafficking

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Jesus "King Snoopy" Hernandez Jr., 33, admitted being a former member of the Latin Kings street gang during questioning late Thursday at the family's home in the 19800 block of Ranch Estates, Montgomery County Precinct 4 deputy constables said. Hernandez admitted selling cocaine in the past but said he only kept enough in his home for personal use. He offered to show them a small amount he kept in his bedroom on the condition that his wife, Patricia Santos, 26, and their children not be involved. The investigators secured a warrant when Hernandez refused their request to search the house. They uncovered more than a gram of cocaine and another narcotics, a large amount of cash, several rifles along with gang clothing and other paraphernalia. Hernandez and his wife were both taken into custody and charged with felony narcotics trafficking and money laundering, officials said. The couple's four children, who were at home at the time, were later released to relatives.

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