Subway killing suspect was out on $2,500 bail for a burglary plot.
The MS-13 gangbanger suspected in a caught-on-video subway slaying has at least nine prior arrests and was out on $2,500 bail for allegedly plotting a burglary, according to police sources.
Another one of Pelosi’s and Schumer’s helpless immigrants looking for a better life?
The suspected MS-13 gang member accused in the brazen Sunday afternoon shooting of a rival on a New York City subway platform was reportedly free on $2,500 bail at the time after being busted on attempted murder and other charges in December.
Police on Tuesday identified the gunman in the shocking daytime attack as 26-year-old Ramiro Gutierrez. Gutierrez is set to face charges of second-degree murder, gang assault and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with the killing of 20-year-old Abel Mosso, who authorities said was a member of the rival 18th Street Gang.
The midday attack – which happened in front of terrified and screaming commuters – occurred in an area of New York City’s Queens borough where the two gangs have been battling for influence. One subway passenger’s graphic video of the incident has been widely circulating on social media.
Gutierrez was taken into custody Monday and charged early Tuesday morning – but authorities revealed Gutierrez was known to law enforcement months before the fatal subway shooting.
In December, Gutierrez, who also goes by the nickname “Caramalo,” was indicted alongside 11 other alleged MS-13 gang members by a Queens County grand jury “on various charges including attempted murder and conspiracy, in addition to drug and weapons charges,” Immigration and Customs Enforcement said. Despite the involvement of ICE, it was not immediately clear anyone arrested in that bust is suspected of immigration violations.
ICE said in a statement at the time that Gutierrez and two of his associates – 21-year-old Josue “Colocho” Levia and 20-year-old Angel “Chamuco” Romero – were plotting to raid a home in Queens where they believed $80,000 was stashed inside. More
He committed murder while out on bail for attempted murder. The bail was 2,500. Yes, you read that right. I’m shocked! Shocked, I tell ya! The story can’t be true! With all of New York gun laws, how did he get a gun? That’s right, gun laws only work on law abiding citizens, criminals by definition, do not care about any laws.Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.