3 Men Charged In New York Slayings By MS-13

Wochit Headline News - July 18, 2017

according to an indictment that was unsealed Monday, Three alleged members of the MS-13 street gang have been charged in the murders of four young men found chopped to death in April in a New York park. The three were charged Thursday in U.S. District Court on Long Island.

The indictment named the defendants in the case as Alexis Hernandez, Santis Leonel Ortiz-Flores and Omar Antonio Villata. All three identified suspects are in custody..

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