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Irvin De Paz

By adamg - 11/20/18 - 11:02 am
Two more MS-13 members

A federal judge has sentenced a leader and a member of the MS-13 Eastside Loco Salvatrucha sub-gang to prison sentences in recent days, in part for their roles of encouraging the murder of a 15-year-old in East Boston in 2015.

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By adamg - 10/9/18 - 10:16 pm
Herzzon Sandoval

A federal judge today sentenced Herzzon "Casper" Sandoval to 20 years in prison for a RICO violation - his role in encouraging the murder of a 15-year-old on Trenton Street in East Boston and two attempted murders.

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By adamg - 5/22/18 - 10:11 pm

Julio "Animal" Martinez, 23, was sentenced to 40 years in federal prison today for murdering 15-year-old Irvin De Paz on Trenton Street in East Boston in 2015.

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By adamg - 12/18/17 - 4:01 pm

A member of an MS-13 "clique" in East Boston pleaded guilty last week to fatally stabbing Irvin de Paz, 15, on Trenton Street as part of a successful effort to increase his standing in the gang in 2015.

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By adamg - 2/1/16 - 11:52 am

The 64-page federal indictment against alleged local members of the murdering, drug-running MS-13 provides some details on the gang-war murders of three teenagers in East Boston between September and January: Two were killed by gang members looking for promotions by proving they could murder somebody while the third died because gang leaders had decided at a meeting to step up its wars with rivals across the eastern US. Read more.

By adamg - 9/22/15 - 6:07 pm

Boston Police today identified the person stabbed to death on Trenton Street on Sunday as Irvin De Paz, 15, of Chelsea.

His murder came just two weeks after Wilson Martinez, also 15, was found stabbed to death at Constitution Beach.

On his Facebook page, Depaz wrote he was from El Salvador - as was Martinez.

By adamg - 9/20/15 - 5:24 pm

Police found a man stabbed to the back around 5:15 p.m at 72 Trenton St., although he may have fled there from someplace else. Boston Police report he was transported to Mass. General, where he was pronounced dead.

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