May 31, 2007″He tried to claim he was a juvenile, then he tried to say the tattoos were from a prank,” says Colletti, “everything to deny he a gang member but his history shows different.”Arrested for a variety of violent crimes, more than just Adolfo Rodas Cruz appearance fits the description of a typical MS 13 member.”These people are after anyone that crosses their path if you try to stop them they will turn violent immediately. They known for their violence, robberies, drugs. We know they affiliated with Al Qaeda,” Colletti says, “its to the point where the government of El Salvador is on a quest to stamp out the growth of this gang, because it so violent and brutal.”MS 13 sprang up in the 1980s, with its roots in El Salvador, but the gang became known for its use of ruthless violence for intimidation, including an instance experts describe where gang members actually left an informants head as a calling card.Rodas Cruz is at the Calcasieu Correctional Center, being held without bond, which is standard procedure with MS 13 members because the gang is so dangerous.
But leaving the scene and denying he was there, it kind of changes things. It hurts in a way that you don’t know what to do.”Attorney David Raybin said judges will often suspend someone’s license when charges are pending in an alcohol related case, but this case is different.”Certainly, the family is horrified that the person is still driving around, but they see it as a vehicular homicide,” Raybin said. “Apparently, the district attorney’s office didn’t conclude that.”If convicted of leaving the scene of a death, Edwards will lose his license and he could go to jail for up to two years.
BILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) Center Matt Gordon has signed with the Mississippi Surge for the 2013 14 season.”I looking forward to be heading back down to the coast for a second season,” Gordon said. “I excited to be included in the list of returning players as I feel we have built a solid nucleus moving forward.
“For people to say you’re not playing for anything, they just don’t know the nature of the game,” Taylor said. “Any time you step on that field and you lace your shoes up, you’re definitely playing for something. You’re playing for pride. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of experience at quarterback, just throughout the league. How much do you think that could impact ultimately the ceiling for the league and how well the offenses can go against these defenses?COACH SMART: Yeah. It’s getting to be more and more of a trend it seems to me.