Five Illegal Alien MS-13 Gangbangers Charged With Murdering Woman at Youth Camp

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Five illegal immigrants were arrested and charged with the June murder of a 21-year-old Annapolis woman who was driven to a youth camp, beaten to death, and buried in what authorities believe was an MS-13 related murder.

The body of Jenni B. Rivera Lopez was discovered on Sept. 20, roughly three months after the brutal killing, after an anonymous tip was given to police.

Her body reportedly had signs of “significant trauma.”

Bethesda Magazine reports that Immigration and Customs Enforcement has issued detainers for Darvin E. Guerra-Zacarias, Brenda Y. Argueta, Francisco Ramirez-Pena, Ronald Adonay Mendez-Sosa and Ervin N. Arrue Figuero.

There has been a large string of violent MS-13 related murders in Maryland, which is the home to multiple sanctuary cities.

“Montgomery County police are also investigating two bodies found in local parks in September. Cristopher Alfredo Funes Guerra, a 20-year-old from Silver Spring, was found dead in a stream in Long Branch-Arliss Neighborhood Park. A body found decapitated and dismembered in Wheaton Regional Park has not yet been identified,” Bethesda Magazine reported.

Last week in Anne Arundel County, three bodies were also found that are believed to be victims of MS-13 gang members.

Last year, two members of MS-13 were charged for the savage beating of a student at Annapolis High School for refusing to join the gang — and nine more in the city are facing charges relating to two stabbings, CBS reports.

Three members of the gang are also facing charges of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and gang-affiliations connected to a death-related crime in Frederick County for the murder of a Silver Spring man in April. The body of their victim, Victor Antonio Turcios-Valle, 37, was discovered in a shallow grave in June.

Earlier this year a bill was pulled that would have made the entire state of Maryland a sanctuary for illegal aliens. The bill received extreme pushback from both the Republican governor and legal immigrants.

Though the bill did not pass, there are still multiple counties in the state that are refusing to work with federal agents when it comes to illegal immigrants. Those counties include Baltimore, Montgomery, and Prince George’s counties.