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MS-13 gang members accused of robbing NY cab driver

January 16, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
MS-13 gang members accused of robbing NY cab driver

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Authorities arrested two self-proclaimed MS-13 gang members who reportedly robbed a cab driver at gunpoint in New York.

After the armed robbery of a cab driver in Long Island, New York, officers arrested 27-year-old Jeremy Jones and 20-year-old Jose Molina at a train station, ABC7 reported.

Investigators said the two suspects got into a cab near the Babylon Long Island Rail station. After requesting to be taken to the Farmingdale train station, the gang members reportedly pulled out a gun and demanded cash and jewelry from the driver.

Police arrested Jose Molina (left) and Jeremy Jones (right) for robbing a taxi driver on Long Island.

Following the robbery, the two MS-13 gang members fled the scene and boarded on a train at the Copiague station. Police caught the pair and arrested them.

Officials said that the two men confessed to being members of the hyper-violent transnational criminal organization known as MS-13.

A statement from the Suffolk County Police Department obtained by Breitbart Texas reported that the two suspects face charges of first-degree robbery and two counts of possession of a weapon.

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