Illegal Alien and MS-13 Gang Member Arrested For Strangling Autistic Woman To Death

A 17-year-old suspect, described as a male from El Salvador, was arrested early last week in Edgewood, Md., on a first-degree murder warrant and is currently being held without bail, the Aberdeen Police Department said Thursday.

Kayla Hamilton was determined by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to be a homicide by strangulation.  She had recently moved to Aberdeen, Maryland, in July 2022, with her twenty-two-year-old boyfriend, police said.

“A seventeen-year-old Hispanic male has been arrested for the July 2022 murder of 20-year-old Kayla Hamilton.”

“An extensive investigation was conducted by the Aberdeen Police Department, Criminal Investigations Division was assisted by the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

“I never thought I would take this journey [of] losing my daughter in such a horrific way and so soon,” Hamilton’s mother, Tammy Nobles, told a Baltimore-based ABC affiliate.

“When I found out that it was a juvenile, I was shocked. I was like, ‘A juvenile did this to her?’ Like I was really shocked. I could not believe a teenager could do this.”

Officials said DNA left at the crime scene led them to the suspect. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed to Aberdeen police that the suspect was listed in El Salvador as a member of the MS-13 gang.

The investigation revealed that Contreras-Avalos aka “Anonimo,” “Humilde” and “Malia,” is a member of the notorious street gang known as La Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, and participated in at least three murders.

The violent criminal organization has mottos such as “mata, viola, controla,” which translates to “kill, rape, control,” and members are required to commit violent acts to stay in the gang, according to ICE.

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“Contreras-Avalos’ terrorized the Langley Park community and earned the life sentence that was handed to him,” said HSI Baltimore Special Agent in Charge James C. Harris.

“This investigation reflects the persistent work conducted by HSI and our federal and local law enforcement partners, in combating violent street gangs like the MS-13,” Harris added.

“We will continue to prioritize the safety of our communities and pursue the illegal activities of violent criminal enterprises.”

The joint investigation revealed that Contreras-Avalos and his co-defendants participated in at least three murders and an additional attempted murder during the period of the conspiracy. In at least two instances, the victims were minors.


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