MAN STABBED OVER 100 TIMES AND DECAPITATED
Miguel Angel Lopez-Abrego, 19-years-old and a suspected MS-13 gang member, arrested and charged with murder. Furthermore, it appears that Lopez-Abrego, AKA “Timido”, is one of ten gang members involved in the brutal stabbing of a man about ten miles away from Washington, D.C. The young teen helped lure the victim to a park and stabbed him over one hundred times. They decapitated him, cut him up into pieces. They also removed his heart and then buried him in Regional Park in Maryland. This happened sometime between December, 2016 and March, 2017. Someone discovered the body on September 5th. Police later exhumed the remains.
YOUNG TEEN SUSPECT DENIED INVOLVEMENT IN MURDER
Authorities suspected Lopez-Abrego in late September and questioned him at a routine traffic stop. Of course, he denied his involvement at the time and soon after disappeared. Authorities eventually tracked him and another member in North Carolina. Lopez-Abrego and other suspects are in custody, one of whom may be responsible for contributing in another attack in the same park. As a result, Lopez-Abrego has been charged with first degree murder and a judge ordered him to be held without bond after his first court appearance. Police documents do not include the motive of the young teen for the vicious murder.
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VICTIM’S SWEATSHIRT SAID “FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH”
Authorities describe the victim as a Hispanic male, approximately 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighing about 126 pounds. He had short, dark brown hair and was missing a lower tooth. The police released a picture of the clothing he was wearing and his rosary. The victim’s sweatshirt fronted the words “First United Methodist Church.”
YOUNG TEEN IMMIGRANTS JOINING MS-13
Several news sites reported a wave of teen immigrants joining MS-13. Many of them traveled to the US in order to escape poverty and hardship. After arriving, they then get recruited into the gangs and work hard to make an impression. Unfortunately, this kind of impression is slightly too horrific. Impressing people with brutal murder and dismemberment is a horror. What might young Lopez-Abrego have done next?