Javier Arnoldo Ceron Gomez, 21, a member of the deadly MS-13 street gang was tracked to an unnamed car dealership in Santa Ana where he worked washing cars and was arrested and departed to El Salvador on Friday, where he will face charges of being involved in the killing of a government prosecutor, according to the O.C. Register.
Gomez is one of several MS-13 members accused in the killing on March 7, 2015, of Andres Ernesto Oliva Tejada, an attorney in the homicide unit of the Salvadoran Attorney General’s Office. Oliva Tejada was parking his car when he was shot multiple times by someone on a passing motorcycle, according to Virginia Kice, an ICE spokeswoman. Continue reading