Man linked to MS-13 sentenced for role after Lynchburg teen's slaying

BEDFORD — A man convicted of participating in the violent street gang MS-13 and being an accessory after the fact to the brutal murder of a Lynchburg teen in 2017 was sentenced Friday to two and a half years for his role.

Juan Martin Hernandez, 27, pleaded guilty in August 2019 to gang participation, being an accessory after the fact to murder and being an accessory after the fact to abduction in the case of murdered Lynchburg teen Raymond Wood. His sentence, recommended by guidelines in the case, amounts to time he’s already served in jail since his 2018 arrest.

Purported Pagan's Motorcycle Club Member Charged With Attempted Murder In NJ Break-In

A purported member of a the Pagan's Motorcycle Club was charged with attempted murder after breaking into a home and firing a gun Saturday night in South Jersey.

Michael F. Dorazo, 41, was armed with a pair of handguns and a high-power, high-capacity assault weapon when he broke into a Pasadena Avenue in Deptford around noon, the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office said.