Saturday, November 11, 2017

Woman's body found behind Wheaton CVS days after nearby resident disappeared

MoCo gang horror
reaches new heights

Residents in the Amherst Avenue area of Wheaton are anxiously awaiting the identification of a woman's body, which was found behind dumpsters in back of the CVS Pharmacy at 2321 University Boulevard West Friday afternoon. That's because one of their own neighbors, Dania Suyapa Mendez de Guerra, 21, disappeared after midnight Monday, after leaving the nearby KFC restaurant to walk to her home in the 11500 block of Amherst. Montgomery County police said they cannot rule out that the body is De Guerra's, but have transported the unidentified woman to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore.

Paramedics were called to the scene at 3:29 PM yesterday, after the body was found behind CVS. An East MoCo reader reports that De Guerra's apartment is in the building directly across the parking lot from where the body was discovered. If it is determined that the body had been there prior to Friday afternoon, it would raise serious questions as to why investigators would not have searched the Wheaton Manor Shopping Center property days ago - as well as all nearby properties, given that a missing woman had disappeared on such a short walk home.

Whoever the deceased person was, and if she was indeed the victim of a homicide, there clearly was no significant attempt by the perpetrator(s) involved to cover-up their crime. Only someone who doesn't fear getting caught would put a body behind CVS.

The horrifying discovery Friday has many nearby residents more concerned than ever about gang activity in Wheaton. Impotent Montgomery County elected officials, who have actively given safe harbor to MS-13 and other dangerous gangs for years, like to say the record homicide numbers in the County are simply "gang-on-gang violence," and pose no danger to the community. Should an innocent woman have been victimized by one or more gang members in this case, it would signify the coming turf war between MS-13 and a new spin-off rival may already have arrived. MS-13 capos in El Salvador recently told recruits to head to Montgomery County, the Washington Post reported, as the County's sanctuary policies make it the ideal place to make their stand against the new rival gang.

26 comments:

  1. APPROX. ONE MONTH AGO I WAS SPEAKING TO A FEMALE MONT. CO. POLICE OFFICER WHO USED TO WORK VICE AND GANGS. WHEN I ASKED HER WHAT WAS THE BIGGEST PROBLEM WITH THE GANG ACTIVITY AROUND HERE SHE RESPONDED: "WE'RE 10 YEARS TOO LATE". WHOA !! I CERTAINLY WAS SHOCKED WITH THAT RESPONSE.

    AND TO THINK THE MONT. CO. COUNCIL HAS NOW THROWN $900,000 TO
    FIGHT GANG ACTIVITY AROUND HERE. HA !!!! GOOD LUCK !!!!!

    SANCTUARY CITIES WILL KILL US ALL !!! gggrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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    1. 6:25: Your conversation sounds like many I've had with actual County police officers. Many of them have told me they are sick and tired of having to operate with one hand tied behind their back regarding gangs, due to political concerns overriding solid law enforcement tactics.

      It's a $900,000 plan that leaves gang leaders and members in the classrooms and in the community. How does that work again?

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  2. ANOTHER CLARIFICATION: SINCE THE GURL'S BODY WAS FOUND BEHIND THE 2 BLUE DUMPSTERS......... IT IS QUITE POSSIBLE THAT SHE WAS DUMPED THERE SOMETIME A FEW DAYS AFTER THE MURDER. YES, THE
    POLICE MAY HAVE CHECKED THAT AREA THE DAY BEFORE AND FOUND
    NOTHING. I HEARD HER BODY WAS FOUND UNDER SOME BOXES.
    DURING DELIVERIES AT CVS ---- THERE ARE MANY BOXES WHICH COME OFF THE TRUCK. EMPLOYEES PROBABLY HAD NOT YET CUT UP THOSE BOXES AND DEPOSITED THEM IN THE DUMPSTERS.

    THE KIDS THAT DISCOVERED THE BODY SAW A FOOT STICKING OUT.

    BUT FROM A DETECTIVE'S POINT OF VIEW ------ THE FACT THAT THE BODY WAS FOUND SO CLOSE TO WHERE SHE WORKED AND LIVED, WILL MAKE
    THEIR INVESTIGATION SO MUCH EASIER. PEOPLE IN THAT NEIGHBORHOOD WILL TALK !!!!

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  3. Why are you incapable of relying on facts, Robert? You're assuming everything in this article, including that MCPD is inept. Be anti-police, be anti-Latino, be whatever you want, but for god's sake at least rely on facts instead of just guessing a bunch of bullshit.

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    1. 12:57: We won't know until they explain the timeline whether or not they didn't search the properties around there after she disappeared.

      I'm not anti-police, and there's nothing in this article that even suggests that. I'm the guy who testified to save the retirement benefits for police officers on a 10-degree January night in 2009.

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  4. "the record homicide numbers in the County"

    Total, complete bullshit. There were 16 homicides in the County in 2016 and fewer than that year-to-date (2017 is 86% over).

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    1. 2:11: And how many homicides this year, including this one? How many more days to go in 2017? It doesn't look good for your alternative facts.

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    2. Mr. Dyer:

      There have been 15 homicides in the county this year. At the current pace, the total on 12/31/17 will be 19. By comparison, there were 29 homicides in 2015.

      There is no "record." To say that there is a "record number of homicides" in the county this year is a flat-out LIE. In other words, this is FAKE NEWS!

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  5. The county clearly needs to publish more PR about how they're really getting tough on gangs.

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    1. 3:02: "We're giving them taxpayer-funded video cameras to make anti-Trump videos with, to get them off the streets!" LOL Somewhere Eliot Ness is laughing.

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  6. She was killed by a co-worker/boyfriend, not a gang, you dumb fucking racist.

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    1. Are her Latino neighbors who shared their concerns about gang activity in Wheaton with reporters covering this story "racist," too? What a nutjob.

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    2. By captioning a story about a homicide with "MoCo gang horror reaches new heights," you are implying a direct link between the two where none exists. This is irresponsible and wrong. You should admit that there is no link and issue a clarification/correction.

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  7. http://www.mymcpnews.com/2017/11/11/death-in-wheaton-ruled-homicide-suspect-arrested/

    Retract Robert! It’s a homicide

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    1. A homicide? Gosh, you think? Elementary, my dear Watson!

      There's nothing here to retract. Nowhere did I say the victim was killed by a gang. Better read the article again.

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    2. Lol you must be on drug or something when you caption your image as “MoCo gang horror
      reaches new heights”. You always believe you are 100% right my friend lol. Try to have humility sometimes!

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  8. "MS-13 capos in El Salvador recently told recruits to head to Montgomery County, the Washington Post reported"

    The Post reported no such thing. Stop lying, Dyer.

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    1. The Post absolutely reported that earlier this year. You obviously don't read the Post.

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    2. (Link to it or) it's bullshit.

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  9. I'm not sure what's worse:
    1. Robert initially published a shitty article he knew was full of lies and racist assumptions.
    2. Robert has refused to retract said shitty article even after MCPD has released facts that categorically disprove Robert's claims.

    Either way, I sincerely hope this dumbfuck blogger gets sued at some point for defamation.

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    1. 11:49: I posted one of the few news articles on this incident, with all of the facts as they stood at the time.

      Who would sue me for defamation, dumbass? LOL

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    2. "MoCo gang horror reaches new heights"

      "[T]here clearly was no significant attempt by the perpetrator(s) involved to cover-up their crime. Only someone who doesn't fear getting caught would put a body behind CVS."

      "the coming turf war between MS-13 and a new spin-off rival may already have arrived."

      "MS-13 capos in El Salvador recently told recruits to head to Montgomery County, the Washington Post reported, as the County's sanctuary policies make it the ideal place to make their stand against the new rival gang."

      All of these are false. Especially the part about "The Washington Post reported."

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  10. @ 12:31 AM - Dyer won't link to it because it shows he's lying about what the Post actually said.

    "Leaders in El Salvador, facing a crackdown by police in their own country, began sending instructions and members north to Metro Washington, with orders to increase the gang’s power..."

    Nothing about "Montgomery County" specifically - the DC Metro area in general. Northern Virginia has a far worse problem with MS-13 than Montgomery County. And nothing about "the County's sanctuary policies make it the ideal place to make their stand against the new rival gang."

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    1. Link to the "right" article, Birdbrain.

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    2. As usual the author refuses to link to his (imaginary) source material.

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