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MS-13 members are accused of kidnapping, Tennessee, a high school student, after refusing to join gang

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An MS-13 member, who is in the country illegally, is accused of kidnapping a Tennessee high school student and the beating of his, as he has reportedly refused to join the violent mob.

Franklin Pineda-Caceres, an 18-year-old Honduran national, was arrested at the weekend after being involved in a car accident in Nashville, according to reports on Tuesday. The officials said that they have a significant amount of cocaine in his vehicle.

Tennessee-federal prosecutors on Tuesday charged in Pineda-Caceres with illegal reentry into the earth’s atmosphere. He had been deported in May of 2018, after being charged with a drug crime, authorities said. He was the first in the U.S. illegally in 2014.”

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Pineda-Caceres plaintiff was a student at Glencliff high School, Fox 17 In Nashville has been reported.

Court documents say Pineda-Caceres, under the pressure of the student as a member of a notorious gang in January, according to the station.

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When the student refused to have an MS-13 member, Pineda-Caceres and two other people forced him into a car and beat him, the station reported.

The police began investigating the case in April, and was trying to catch Pineda-Caceres in July.

He was able to get away in a Chevrolet Camaro, drive it through the front of the house to prevent the police vehicles and almost striking his girlfriend, her mother, and the son, according to Fox 17.

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He left the car after the first of the police department.

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