Fugitive MS-13 Leader Arrested on Terrorism Charges in Texas

June 14, 2024
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Cesar Humberto Lopez-Larios, a high-ranking MS-13 leader, was arrested in Texas after evading law enforcement for over three years. The arrest, conducted by the FBI and Homeland Security Investigations, occurred at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. Lopez-Larios faces charges including conspiracy to support terrorism, commit acts of terrorism, and narco-terrorism. His capture marks a significant step in dismantling the violent international gang.

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The arrest of Lopez-Larios is a critical milestone in the ongoing efforts to dismantle MS-13, a transnational criminal organization notorious for its violent activities across the U.S., El Salvador, and Mexico. Lopez-Larios, also known as “Grenas de Stoners” and “Oso de Stoners,” was apprehended as he arrived in Houston. This operation highlights the coordinated efforts of U.S. law enforcement agencies to bring down the gang’s leadership and curb its activities that have terrorized communities for decades.



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