Two young members of MS-13 were arrested in Virginia for murder.
Two men affiliated with the notorious Salvadoran gang MS-13 were arrested in Raleigh, N.C., for a Virginia murder last week, officials said.
Denis Ludwin Espinal-Alvares, 19, of Oxon Hill, Md., and Erick Alexander Contreras-Gonzalez, 23, of Hernshaw, W.Va., were both charged Monday in North Carolina with being fugitives from justice.
They are accused of abducting an unidentified man from his Virginia home on March 13, shooting him five times, putting him in the trunk of his own car and returning two days later to set that car on fire to dispose of the victim’s body, police said.
Espinal-Alvares, who is known as “Destino,” and Contreras-Gonzalez, who is known as “Callado,” smiled while getting their mugshots taken while being processed into the Wake County, North Carolina jail, according to The News & Observer.
Take note of the ages of these young gang members. Both of these violent criminals are among the age range of ‘dreamers’ in the DACA program.