Four MS gang members charged with multiple stabbings in Maryland

A federal grand jury in Merylan charges the subjects with six attacks on alleged rivals, one of whom was cooperating with local authorities.

Four members of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS) are indicted by a federal grand jury in Maryland, United States, the subjects are accused of murder and attempted murder of six alleged rivals, one of whom was allegedly cooperating with the authorities.

The Maryland District Attorney’s Office reported this week through a statement that 23-year-old Wilson Arturo Constanza-Galdomez, alias “Humilde” and “Marco Saravia”; Edis Omar Valenzuela-Rodríguez, aka “Little Felon,” 22; Jonathan Pesquera-Puerto, aka “Truney,” 21; and Wualter Orellana-Hernandez, aka “Solotario” and “Little Diablo,” 21, all of Baltimore, were indicted on racketeering conspiracy charges involving murder, attempted murder and drug trafficking.

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All subjects were presented in a Baltimore district court for an initial appearance. The information indicates that the subjects would have conspired to attack the first person because they suspected he was a rival.

On April 25, 2020, two people were attacked with machetes in Baltimore. Another attack occurred on May 14 in Patterson Park, where another man was murdered.

Three more attacks followed, including two women whom he suspected were allies of a rival gang. These occurred in June of the same year and the victims survived.

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In addition to the information disclosed by the authorities, the international media indicated that the group of accused between 2019 and 2020 would have distributed drugs such as marijuana, cocaine and fentanyl, this allegedly to generate income that would be sent to superiors in the criminal structure, this allegedly for buy more drugs, weapons and support others associated with the structure.


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