Three alleged members of La Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) were indicted in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Wednesday for their involvement in connection with a vicious killing. 25-year-old Jose Luis Reynaldo Reyes-Castillo, 21-year-old Miguel Torres-Escobar, and 20-year-old David Arturo Perez-Manchame are charged with the January 21, 2018, kidnapping and murder of Arquimidez Sandoval-Martinez.
Reyes-Castillo and Torres-Escobar are citizens of El Salvador and Perez-Manchame is a citizen of Honduras. All of the defendants are illegally in the United States. Reyes-Castillo, Perez-Manchame, and Torres-Escobar remain in federal custody. Reyes-Castillo is pending federal charges in the Eastern District of California. All three defendants are scheduled to be arraigned on May 21, 2019, in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas.
The three men are allegedly members of the Parkview clique of MS-13, which operated in the Las Vegas, Nevada, area. MS-13 is one of the continent’s biggest gangs and operates throughout the United States. Most of its members hail from countries in Central America, including El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala.
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