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The California sheriff, who is tasked with continuing charges against members of four gangs accused of killing a Dertment officer in Los Angeles police, said the case was referred to federal prosecutors because the local district attorney’s response was “unsatisfactory.” and “really did not cover the corruption of this crime.”

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva told the Los Angeles Times.

Luis Alfredo De La Rosa Rios, 29; Ernesto Sisneros, 22; Jesse Contreras, 34; and Rios’ 18-year-old girlfriend, Hayley Marie Grisham, is expected to appear in court on Friday on charges of killing off-duty officer Fernando Arroyos. A 27-year-old girl was shot dead while searching homes with her girlfriend during an attempted robbery in South Los Angeles on Monday, officials said.

“I think their plan was to prosecute a simple murder, without any weapons, without strengthening the criminal group, without anything,” Villanueva said. Los Angeles Times when he asked if he had consulted with the office of Los Angeles County Attorney George Gascon. “And it didn’t really cover the corruption of this crime …. It’s important to note that the California Penal Code covers all of this. We have the tools, but we have to have someone ready to use them.”

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The U.S. California Central District Attorney’s Office eventually charged four suspects with committing a violent crime to help racketeering. it says “It includes a potential death penalty and a minimum life sentence without the opportunity to play a role in a federal prison – because Officer Arroyos was killed during the robbery.”

Sources say Villanueva went to the federal government to resolve the situation because Gascon decided to toughen the verdict in the gang-related case. According to the Los Angeles Times, the DA’s decision to improve will affect the ability of criminals to play a role.

Acesparks contacted Gascon’s office for comment, and Villanueva told the newspaper that their response was “unsatisfactory.”

“I’m grateful for the federal involvement in this case,” Los Angeles Police Chief Michelle Moore said after his arrest Thursday. “That’s appropriate. I’m grateful to the U.S. Attorney for bringing all the government’s weight against this criminal gang, these individuals.”

The suspects went to the house where Arroyos and his girlfriend were watching on Monday night and Rios and Cisneros robbed them with a gun, Justice Dertment said in a statement.

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Arroyos reportedly opened fire with one of the suspects and struck him once. He fell in the alley and then died at the hospital.

The suspects fled after Arroyos was beaten.

Investigators have a surveillance video showing the suspects going to another house after the shooting, which they also claim carried out “to increase and maintain their position” within the Florencia 13 gang.

“F13 is a large multi-generational street gang that has previously been the subject of two major racketeering cases, including federal harassment,” he added.

In an interview with Acesparks in December, Villanueva accused Gascon of “negligence and irresponsibility” and said the work of state law enforcement officials was being undermined by liberal policies and reforms pursued by some district attorneys.

The sheriff said there were more than 12,000 cases in Los Angeles County in which Gascon refused to prosecute suspects arrested by county lawmakers after alleged crimes.

“So it’s depressing to think that any police officer’s case is being dismissed by a negligent and irresponsible district prosecutor. But they don’t stop doing their job,” Villanueva said.

“So we’re working there,” he added. “What we need right now are responsible district prosecutors who will hand over their cases. And if they want to play the role of public defender, they should resign and turn to public defenders – and that’s all they said. That makes a lot of sense, not for the district attorney, but for the public defender. ”

Acesparks’ Brie Stimson contributed to this report.

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