A gang member and homicide suspect who the Federal Bureau of Investigation placed on its list of Ten Most Wanted fugitives was arrested Friday in Northern Virginia, authorities said.
Agents apprehended Walter Yovany Gomez without incident in Woodbridge, Virginia, said Tim Gallagher, the special agent in charge of the FBI's Newark Division. He was added to the FBI's most wanted list earlier this year.
The FBI says that Gomez is an individual from the MS-13 pack that has as of late gotten new examination after President Donald Trump pledged to get serious about the universal gathering as a feature of his organization's movement strategies, following more than twelve posse related murders on Long Island. The victim was suspected of socializing with a rival gang and had been ordered to be killed by MS-13 leaders.
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The FBI said Gomez is a suspected co-conspirator in the murder of a man who was found in a New Jersey apartment with his throat cut and stabbed 17 times in the back. His wounds were so severe that authorities were only able to identify him because of his tattoos.
As per the FBI, Gomez and another man become friends with Matute and spent a night celebrating at his home before assaulting him as he was get ready to leave for work the following morning.
He was placed on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" list April 12 of this year.
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Gomez is believed to affiliated with the gang MS-13, as was his victim Julio Matute.
The FBI Washington Field Office's Violent Crimes Task Force, the Fairfax County Police Department's Gang Unit, and the Northern Virginia Gang Task Force coordinated the local search and arrest of Gomez, who will remain in custody pending extradition proceedings, according to the release. It is not known if anybody will claim it, or how exactly Gomez was apprehended.
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