A Stafford County, VA sheriff was driving when he noticed a fire by the side of the road when he pulled over to investigate the fire, he discovered it was a mutilated boy. Sherrif’s were able to determine the identity of the boy by a tattoo on his left arm.
Fox 61 reports – Five MS-13 gang members have been arrested in connection to the death of the 16-year-old boy.
The body of 16-year-old Jacson Chicas was discovered near a wooded area in the area of River Road around 4:30 a.m. Saturday.
Investigators now believe the gang turned on Chicas, a fellow member, stabbing him about 100 times and setting his body on fire, Prince George’s County Maj. Brian Reilly said at a press conference Friday.
On Thursday, investigators determined that Chicas was killed inside of a home in Prince George’s County, Maryland, during a gang meeting at the home of the clique’s leader on March 8.
At that meeting, for reasons which are under investigation, there was a confrontation, and the 16-year-old was attacked and killed.
The suspects then drove his body to Stafford County, where authorities found the burning corpse around 5 a.m. March 9, Reilly said.
Investigators were able to identify Chicas, who had been reported missing in Virginia after they released a photo of a tattoo on his left arm.
Police believe the victim and the suspects are members of an MS-13 crew that operates in Fairfax County, but their leader, identified as Jose Ordonez-Zometa, lives in Prince George’s County.
The five suspects, Jose Ordonez-Zometa, 29; Jonathan Castillo-Rivera, 20; Kevin Rodriguez-Flores, 18; Christian Martinez-Ramirez, 16; and Jose Hernandez-Garcia, 25, have been charged as adults. They face charges of first-degree murder and other related charges.
Major Brian Reilly of Prince George’s Police Department explains to the media how on March 9th, a Stafford Co, VA deputy sheriff driving when he noticed a small fire by the side of the road. The sheriff pulled over to inspect the fire and determined that it was a mutilated boy who was burning. Major Reilly explained that the boy who was violently murdered was a friend of the gang members.
Maj. Brian Reilly, Commander of the Criminal Investigation Division, gives remarks regarding the most recent homicide.
Posted by Prince George's County Police Department on Friday, 15 March 2019
Such nice boys…just looking for a better life here, in America.
America can thank the Democrats for fighting so hard to give these criminals the ability to enter our country illegally.