Heavily decomposed body found in a shallow grave on Long Island is believed to be a MS-13 victim of 2016

Heavy decomposing body found in a shallow grave on Long Island is believed to be an MS-13 victim in 2016 because the Union needs 60 detectives to fight the cruel gang in New York

  • A body found in a shallow grave on Friday is said of a 2016 MS-13 murder
  • The poorly dissolved remains were in Massapequa Preserve on Long Island
  • The authorities have said it is one of 11 people killed by the gang in 2016
  • Nassau Police Benevolent Association James McDermott said the gang unit & # 39; undermanned & # 39; and that the department needs around 60 new detectives
  • However, Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder said this is not true
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Police on Long Island say they have recovered the body of an MS-13 gang victim who was buried in a shallow grave more than two years ago.

Detectives dug up the body in the heavily forested Massapequa Preserve on Friday, believing that it was one of 11 people killed by MS-13 gang members in 2016.

Authorities have combed the park, where the heavily decomposed body thought to be a murder in 2016 was found more than a dozen times in search of human remains on Friday, said Patrick Ryder, police chief of Nassau County.

Nassau Police Benevolent Association James McDermott told Newsday on Sunday that the gang unit in the & # 39; undermanned & # 39; and the department needs about 60 new detectives to deal with the MS-13 threat.

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Detectives dug up a heavily decomposed body in the heavily forested Massapequa Preserve on Long Island on Friday (scene shown), believing it to be one of 11 people killed by MS-13 gang members in 2016

Detectives dug up a heavily decomposed body in the heavily forested Massapequa Preserve on Long Island on Friday (scene shown), believing it to be one of 11 people killed by MS-13 gang members in 2016

Detectives found the unidentified body after police dogs pointed to a notch in the ground.

The body was found near where the police found the remains of 18-year-old Julio Espantzay-Gonzalez in 2017.

Nassau Police Benevolent Association James McDermott (photo) said the gang unit & # 39; undermanned & # 39; and that the department needs around 60 new investigators

Nassau Police Benevolent Association James McDermott (photo) said the gang unit & # 39; undermanned & # 39; and that the department needs around 60 new investigators

Nassau Police Benevolent Association James McDermott (photo) said the gang unit & # 39; undermanned & # 39; and that the department needs around 60 new investigators

Three reputed MS-13 members have been charged in the death of Espantzay-Gonzalez.

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McDermott said on Sunday that gang violence & # 39; new normal & # 39; and more resources are needed.

He said: & # 39; Our gang unit is understaffed and does not have the resources to deal with this threat. & # 39;

But Commissioner Patrick Ryder said it Fox & Friends that is not necessary on Wednesday, and he hopes to grow the gang target unit from 12 to 20 members, which he expects to be able to do after a contract problem has been discussed again, which has previously resulted in a pay cut for what is actually a promotion to the rank and the team.

Ryder told Brian Kilmeade: & # 39; The pressure we exerted on gang members has suppressed gang activity. & # 39;

According to Ryder, MS-13 was responsible for just one murder in the province in the last 22 months and violent crime has fallen by 40 percent.

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The body of Long Island was found a few days before the arrest of an MS-13 gang member in Texas in connection with an unrelated murder.

Mario Guevara, 26, was charged with the murder of 2018, reportedly ordered after the gang was insulted during a rap fight.

Mario Guevara, 26, was arrested Tuesday in Harris County in connection with the murder of a man allegedly murdered for insulting MS-13 during a rap fight

Mario Guevara, 26, was arrested Tuesday in Harris County in connection with the murder of a man allegedly murdered for insulting MS-13 during a rap fight

Mario Guevara, 26, was arrested Tuesday in Harris County in connection with the murder of a man allegedly murdered for insulting MS-13 during a rap fight

Guevara, from El Salvadore, appeared before a judge on Wednesday after being arrested on Tuesday by federal agents and Harris County sheriff deputies at home in Harris County, ABC reported.

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The man who was killed in 2018 would have had a rap fight with another MS-13 gang member when the murdered man insulted the gang, which led Guevara to allegedly order his murder.

Prosecutors said the gang used a woman to lure him into a car under the promise of a birthday present, and he was not seen again.

Guevara's band was set at $ 100,000 before being placed in custody with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) because he is not a US citizen.

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