Dallas feds say they busted violent MS-13 gang members who attacked rivals with machetes and shotguns | Crime
Written By Samantha J. Gross
It’s a rite of passage for the young men: Maim or kill a rival gang member, according to prosecutors.
In the case of one North Texas MS-13 cell, that meant using shotguns, sledgehammers and even machetes — their weapon of choice, prosecutors said. On Friday, federal authorities in Dallas announced the arrests of seven local MS-13 gang members and associates on charges that include racketeering, attempted murder and assault with a dangerous weapon. Full story may not be visible without a subscription to the Dallas Newspaper.