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. Authorities say Gomez and another man murdered a fellow gang member, Julio Matute, inside a home in 2011.
Walter Yovany Gomez was arrested without incident in Woodbrige, Va., about 25 miles south of Washington, the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Saturday.
Gomez, a Honduran native with is in his late 20s or 30s and was in the US illicitly, is associated in the passing with Julio Matute in Plainfield in May 2011.
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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.
During a rally in Huntington, West Virginia, earlier this month, President Donald Trump praised law enforcement and immigration officials for cracking down on gang members, particularly MS-13. His injuries were severe to the point that experts were just ready to distinguish him as a result of his tattoos.
Gomez was added to the most-needed rundown in April of this current year, and was the main figure to have assumed a part in Matute’s demise who had not been indicted. The victim was suspected of socializing with a rival gang and was allegedly ordered to be killed by MS-13 leaders.
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Detectives say he then used that hammer to bludgeon his mother, his sister and two other women who were in the home at the time. Richard LeBrun of Nassau County Police, who held a news conference at the homicide scene shortly after 10 a.m.
Gomez – a Honduran citizen who was in the US illegally – was placed on the most-wanted list in April 2017.
The FBI Washington Field Office’s Violent Crimes Task Force, the Fairfax County Police Department’s Gang Unit, and the Northern Virginia Gang Task Force coordinated the local search and arrest of Gomez, who will remain in custody pending extradition proceedings, according to the release. It is not known if anybody will claim it, or how exactly Gomez was apprehended.
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