Police in Maryland said five members of the MS-13 gang stabbed one of their 100 times and drove the body to Virginia where they lit it.
The victim of the violent attack was a 16-year-old high school student. Police have identified Jacson Pineda-Chicas this week after publishing a picture of a tattoo on his left hand, Tribune Media reported.
His body was found dumped on the side of the road at Stafford, Virginia, March 9.
Prince George County Police said in a press release that the teenager had been killed in a 60-mile home in the Landover Hills, MD, belonging to the Virgina MS-13 click driver. Police blamed the leader of the clique José Ordonézz-Zometa, 29, with his involvement in the murder.
The other suspects and Pineda-Chicas departed to Ordoñez – the Zombie Home for a meeting on March 8, police said.
"Hearing someone has been stabbed 100 times, according to the medical researcher, talks a lot about how violent the attack would be," said Major Brian Riley on Friday.
He said inspectors still do not know why Pineda-Chicas
NBC 4 Washington reported that yesterday she spoke of Pineda-Chicas's mother who said her son was in jeopardy after saying she no longer wanted to be a member of the the gang of MS-13. 19659005] The woman who was not identified told the station that when his band accused him of talking to cops they threatened to kill his family. He told them to kill him.
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"She had razor blades and told me," Mom, I will defend myself with them, but that will not be enough. "
She said they had escaped from El Salvador after her son was forced to join MS-13 there
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Police said the other suspects in the case were Jonathan Castillo-Rivera, 20; Kevin Rodriguez-Flores, 18; Christian Martines-Ramirez, 16, and Jose Hernandez-Garcia, 25.