New Jersey man on FBI's Most Wanted list caught

New Jersey man on FBI's Most Wanted list caught

New Jersey man on FBI's Most Wanted list caught

An alleged MS-13 gang member on the FBI's "10 Most Wanted" list was captured Friday, authorities said, after going on the run in connection with a brutal 2011 slaying in New Jersey. He is a citizen of Honduras, and was in the USA illegally.

As indicated by a Federal Bureau of Investigation news discharge, a government capture warrant was issued for Gomez in the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, Newark, in September 2013, after he was accused of brutal wrongdoing in help of racketeering, which conveys a compulsory life sentence.

The FBI has said before that Gomez was attempting to wind up noticeably an undeniable individual from the neighborhood office of the transnational posse when the executing happened.

Walter Yovany Gomez, who is the 513th person to make the list, was sought in connection with a brutal gang murder on West Front Street in Plainfield, NJ in May 2011. His age is unclear.

Prosecutors say that after a night of partying Gomez and an accomplice beat Matute with a baseball bat, stabbed him 17 times with a knife and then slit his throat with a screwdriver.

Gomez, who goes by the nickname "Cholo", is accused of killing a fellow MS-13 gang member Julio Matute in Plainfield in 2011.

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Matute was killed on suspicion that he and members of a rival gang were getting too close. The co-conspirator was subsequently apprehended, charged and found guilty for the Matute homicide.

Gomez is being charged with a violent crime in aid of racketeering.

The Justice Department has been cracking down on a rash of MS-13 violence, which has plagued areas such as Long Island.

"For many years, they exploited America's weak borders and immigration enforcement", Trump", he said. Almost 500 fugitives have been apprehended or located since, with 160 of them resulting from citizen cooperation.

The FBI had offered a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of Gomez.

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