MS-13 Member Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge Of Conspiring To Participate In A Violent Racketeering Enterprise

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MS-13 Member Kevin Alexis Hernandez-Guevara, aka “Stop,”Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge Of Conspiring To Participate In A Violent Racketeering Enterprise

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Greenbelt, Maryland – Kevin Alexis Hernandez-Guevara, aka “Stop,” age 22, a citizen of El Salvador illegally residing in Elizabethtown, New Jersey, pleaded guilty Nov. 9, 2018, to a federal charge relating to his participation in a racketeering enterprise in furtherance of the activities of the gang known as La Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13.

The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Robert K. Hur. 

One of the principal rules of MS-13 is that its members must attack and kill rivals, known as “chavalas,” whenever possible. 

According to the plea agreement, MS-13 is a gang composed primarily of immigrants or descendants of immigrants from El Salvador, with members operating in the State of Maryland, including Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, and Frederick County, and throughout the United States.  Branches or “cliques” of MS-13 often work together cooperatively to engage in criminal activity and to assist one another in avoiding detection by law enforcement.  MS-13 members and associates are required to commit acts of violence within the gang and against rival gangs.  One of the principal rules of MS-13 is that its members must attack and kill rivals, known as “chavalas,” whenever possible.

Pursuant to his plea agreement, Hernandez-Guevara admitted that from at least July 2016, he was a member and associate of the Sailors Clique of MS-13.  Hernandez-Guevara admitted to participating in numerous acts in furtherance of the racketeering conspiracy.

Victim 2 died as a result of injuries sustained during this attack,
which included 61 sharp force injuries.

For example, according to the plea agreement, on or about July 29, 2016, Hernandez-Guevara and three other members and associates of MS-13 planned and conspired to murder Victim 2, who was believed to be a member of a rival gang.  On July 29, 2016, pursuant to that plan, Hernandez-Guevara, and other MS-13 members and associates lured Victim 2 to a secluded area in Hyattsville, Prince George’s County, Maryland.  One of the MS-13 members and associates shot at Victim 2 and missed.  Hernandez-Guevara collected the fired shell casings from the gunshots fired by Hernandez-Guevara’s co-conspirator.  Multiple MS-13 members and associates then assaulted and stabbed Victim 2 with the intention of killing him.  Victim 2 died as a result of injuries sustained during this attack, which included 61 sharp force injuries.

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Also, according to the plea agreement, on or about Aug. 9, 2016, in Hyattsville, Hernandez-Guevara and other MS-13 members and associates planned and attempted to rob Victim 3 and Victim 4 of a pound of marijuana that Victim 3 and Victim 4 were going to sell to Hernandez-Guevara and his co-conspirators.  During the attempt, Victim 3 and Victim 4 resisted.  In the course of the struggle, Victim 3 and Victim 4 were shot, stabbed, and sustained serious, permanent, and life-threatening bodily injuries.  Hernandez-Guevara and another co-conspirator were also shot.

Hernandez-Guevara also admitted to distributing less than one kilogram of marijuana for and on behalf of the Sailors Clique.  His activities included receiving and distributing marijuana and proceeds from the sale of marijuana.

Hernandez-Guevara faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.  U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis has scheduled sentencing for Hernandez-Guevara on February 15, 2019.

 

 

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