'We are working hard to get violent criminals out of our streets': Hanna

Gang beat: 40 years in jail for a member of the Mexican Mafia operating in South Los Angeles

The gang member is sentenced for mafia activity and homicide.

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A affiliated gang member to Mexican Mafia which operates in the areas of Whittier Y Santa Fe Springs He was sentenced this Monday to 40 years in prison, according to the prosecutor's office statement Nicola T. Hanna.

He is charged with several crimes committed, including that of San Gabriel Valley and homicide, for the murder of a gang member of a rival gang, outside a restaurant in the San Gabriel Valley.

Santa Fe Springs Gang Member Sentenced to 40 Years in Prison for Racketeering Charges, Including 2016 Murder of Rival Gangster
LOS ANGELES – A member of a Mexican Mafia-affiliated street gang that operates in Whittier and Santa Fe Springs was sentenced today to 480 months in federal prison for a series of violent crimes that included the 2016 murder of a rival gang member outside a San Gabriel Valley restaurant

Leonardo Antolin, 25 years old, alias "Rowdy," Whittier was sentenced as a gang member Sing frogs, convicted in July 2019 of conspiring and committing homicide, assault with dangerous weapons, drug trafficking, among other charges.

On April 19, 2016, Antolin killed Dominic Gonzales, who wanted to expand his influence and authority in the Mexican Mafia in San Gabriel. Antolin was also very involved with the drug trafficking activity, extortion and charges for floor rights, among other crimes.

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