Monday, September 12, 2016


From Fox NewsA 28-year-old violent gang member and illegal immigrant from El Salvador, who was deported twice in the last two years, was charged with murdering a teenager.
Oscar Delgado-Perez, who was arrested in Montgomery County, Md., allegedly murdered Cristian Villigran-Morales by stabbing him more than 40 times, Heather Nauert reported on Fox and Friends Weekend.
Villigran-Morales was working hard at a landscaping business to help his family who was living in his home country of Guatemala.
Delgado-Perez was a reported member of the Mara Salvatrucha gang, often known as “MS-13”, a violent Salvadoran gang active in the Washington metro area.
Delgado-Perez, 28, has been charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing Cristian Villigran-Morales more than 40 times – all to impress his gang, according to police.
Delgado-Perez had been deported to El Salvador twice in the past two years, the Post said, citing U.S. immigration officials. Police found him at a Red Roof Inn on Wednesday.
He was expected to show up at Montgomery County [Maryland] court on Friday. At least two other MS-13 gang members were involved in the stabbing, the Post said.
Authorities say that the suspect “directed” the attack on Villigran-Morales, who evidently was lured into a park by a girl, Vanesa Alvarado, who suggested they might have sex.

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