The FBI has captured one of its “10 Most Wanted” criminals, a man looked for in the ruthless MS-13 posse related murder of a New Jersey man in 2011.
The office said that Walter Yovany Gomez was caught without occurrence in Virginia Friday evening, over six years after his asserted association in a murder in a Plainfield, New Jersey, home.
The FBI says that Gomez is an individual from the MS-13 pack that has as of late gotten new examination after President Donald Trump pledged to get serious about the universal gathering as a feature of his organization’s movement strategies, following more than twelve posse related murders on Long Island.
Gomez, a Honduran native with is in his late 20s or 30s and was in the U.S. illicitly, is associated in the passing with Julio Matute in Plainfield in May 2011.
As per the FBI, Gomez and another man become friends with Matute and spent a night celebrating at his home before assaulting him as he was get ready to leave for work the following morning. The casualty was in the sights of MS-13 since he was accepted to have associated with an opponent gathering, the eighteenth Street Gang, at a bar.
Gomez struck the casualty in the head a few times with an aluminum play club, at that point cut him in the throat with a blade and wounded him 17 times in the back with a screwdriver, the FBI said. His injuries were severe to the point that experts were just ready to distinguish him as a result of his tattoos.
The FBI has said before that Gomez was attempting to wind up noticeably an undeniable individual from the neighborhood office of the transnational posse when the executing happened.
As indicated by a FBI news discharge, a government capture warrant was issued for Gomez in the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, Newark, in September 2013, after he was accused of brutal wrongdoing in help of racketeering, which conveys a compulsory life sentence.
Cruz Flores, who experts say helped Gomez in the severe assault, has been indicted and condemned to life in jail.
Gomez was added to the most-needed rundown in April of this current year, and was the main figure to have assumed a part in Matute’s demise who had not been indicted. MS-13 group individuals are accepted to have carried Gomez to Maryland after the murder.
The FBI was putting forth a reward of up to $100,000 for his catch. It is not known whether anyone will assert it, or how precisely Gomez was captured.