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Two more arrests made in horrific MS-13 decapitation murder in Maryland

December 4, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Two more arrests made in horrific MS-13 decapitation murder in Maryland

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On Friday, authorities in Maryland revealed that they had apprehended two more people who were linked a horrific murder carried out by the MS-13 street gang.

Police in Montgomery County said 24-year-old Doris Giron-Jimenez and 22-year-old Albaro Rosa-Moreno were taken into custody on Thursday and have been charged with first-degree murder.

In sum, three people are facing charges in the brutal slaying of an unidentified man, whose remains were discovered buried in a park in September, according to the Washington Post.

Doris Giron-Jimenez and Albaro Rosa-Moreno Montgomery County Police Department

Miguel Angel Lopez-Abrego, 19, was taken into custody in November and also faces first-degree murder charges.

Police have previously indicated that as many as 10 MS-13 members took the victim to a park, and used walkie-talkies to communicate with each other.

Investigators revealed the victim was ambushed, choked, stabbed over 100 times, decapitated and had his heart ripped out of his chest and buried with him.

Miguel Angel Lopez-Abrego (Montgomery County Police Department)

Officials said that Lopez-Abrego and Rosa-Moreno are full-fledged MS-13 members, while Giron-Jimenez was an accomplice to the homicide.

Court records, which referred to interviews with an informant, said that Rosa-Moreno helped dig the graved, stabbed the victim multiple times, and helped dismember the body with a machete.

Police have not revealed a motive for the slaughter, which they believe occurred this past spring.

The victim is a Hispanic male that is approximately 5 feet, 2 inches, and 126 pounds.

Maryland Police found the victim’s remains in a grave wearing this sweatshirt. He’d been stabbed more than 100 times. (Montgomery County Police)

He had short brown hair and a lower tooth missing that may have been pronounced when he was speaking or smiling.

The police have also released pictured of the clothes and rosary the victim was wearing when he was murdered.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Montgomery County Police Major Crimes Division at (240) 773-5070.

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