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Date: Jul 2021

Leader of Pagan’s motorcycle club set to plead guilty to federal charge

The former national president of the Pagan’s motorcycle club, who led the organization’s aggressive expansion across New Jersey and elsewhere, is set to plead guilty to a federal charge, NJ Advance Media has learned.

Keith “Conan” Richter, of Bay Shore, New York, has a plea agreement hearing set for July 30, according to online court records.

Black Guerrilla Gang Member Gets Trial Date for Alleged Homicide

A member of the Black Guerrilla Family gang, who was found guilty in connection to a homicide seven years ago, rejected a plea offer on July 23 at Baltimore City Circuit Court.

Laser Womack was brought to reception court on Friday before Judge Melissa M. Phinn, following a postponement court hearing on June 22.

Womack, 34, was offered a plea deal on Friday of 30 years for second-degree murder. Defense attorney Sharon Dubey, rejected the offer on Womack’s behalf.

Maryland Feds: Man Sentenced to 30 Years in Federal Prison for Conspiracy to Destroy and Conceal Murder Evidence

U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis sentenced Kevin Alexis Rodriguez-Flores, age 20, of Annandale, Virginia to 30 years in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release, for conspiracy to participate in a racketeering enterprise and conspiracy to destroy and conceal evidence related to the murder of a MS-13 gang member.

The sentence was announced by Acting United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Jonathan F. Lenzner; Assistant Director in Charge Steven M. D’Antuono of the Federal Bureau of Investigation - Washington Field Office; Special Agent in Charge James R. Mancuso of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Baltimore; Chief Malik Aziz of the Prince George’s County Police Department; Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha N. Braveboy; Chief Kevin Davis of the Fairfax County Police Department; and Sheriff David P. Decatur of the Stafford County, Virginia Sheriff’s Office.

MS-13 Gang Leader Pleads Guilty to a Racketeering Conspiracy for Gang Activities Including Murders, Attempted Murders, and Extortion

Guerra-Castillo Orchestrated the Murder of Two Victims and the Attempted Murder of Two Others

Baltimore, Maryland – Jorge Guerra-Castillo, a/k/a “Pelon”, age 40, of Silver Spring, Maryland, an MS-13 leader, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to participate in racketeering activities, including three murders and two attempted murders.

Anyone with information about MS-13 is encouraged to call the FBI’s nationwide tipline, 1-866-STP-MS13 (1-866-787-6713). The FBI tipline allows individuals to provide information about MS-13’s criminal activities to a central location and the FBI will then disseminate the information to the appropriate law enforcement authorities for investigation. Your identity will be protected.

MS-13 potentially linked to vandalism incidents

A slew of vandalism incidents has recently hit Alexandria, evoking concerns among some residents about potential gang activity in the city.

Last week, residents in Potomac Greens and Old Town reported similar details about incidents involving the marking up of property, all of which seemingly targeted homes with a one or an eight in the address.

In one post to the social networking site Nextdoor, where neighbors buy and sell items as well as share tips among other community members, a video shows a man, who appears to be in his 20s with dark hair, scratching out the number 18 in a townhome. Another post shows a photo with black symbols on a home’s street number and another covering a sign with the words “Mara Salvatucha,” which is associated with MS13, an international criminal organization with a presence in the region.

Maryland's Most Wanted | Nyjell Outler, accused of killing a man at gender reveal party

BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- An alleged gang member, accused of aimlessly opening fire at a gender reveal party, is the subject of this week's Maryland's Most Wanted.

According to the U.S. Marshals Service, 18 year-old Nyjell Outler has been on the run since March and should be considered extremely armed and dangerous.

Outler is accused of shooting one man and killing another while attending a gender reveal party in northeast Washington D.C.

Jul 2021