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Who is Danny Roman? ( Murdered In Jail) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Who is Danny Roman? ( Murdered In Jail) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career
Who is Danny Roman? ( Murdered In Jail) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career

Danny Roman Wiki – Danny Roman Bio

Danny Roman, a member of the Mexican mafia who controlled swaths of South Los Angeles from multiple prison cells in California, was stabbed Wednesday at a substance abuse treatment center in Corcoran, the state prison system said Thursday.

Danny Roman was repeatedly stabbed by two fellow inmates on Wednesday at the California Substance Abuse Treatment Center and Corcoran City State Prison. He died in the prison hospital.

Danny Roman Age

He was 64 years old.

Danny Roman Background

Roman, a former Latino street gang leader, had been a prisoner of the state since 1985 when he began serving a life sentence for first-degree murder. Federal prosecutors in 2012 charged more than two dozen people with organized crime conspiracy, alleging that they were involved with Roman-controlled South Los Angeles gangs from the Pelican Bay super-maximum state prison.

Roman was not charged, but prosecutors said he controlled a dozen gangs, including one that extorted vendors at an exchange meeting and another that targeted students at the University of Southern California in drug trafficking, murder, and robbery.

Danny Roman Gang Activity

Roman is popularly known as “Popeye”, he was the leader of Harpies, a Latino street gang in south-central Los Angeles. On May 16, 1988, three years after entering the state prison system, Roman was included in the Mexican mafia, a Los Angeles police detective wrote in an affidavit seeking court permission to intercept phone calls from Roman’s daughter. The Mexican Mafia is a criminal union of about 140 members, most of them incarcerated, that controls virtually all Latino street gangs in Southern California. As a union member, authorities said in court documents that Roman was authorized to collect narcotics and extortion proceeds not only from his own gang but from a panoply of others in South Los Angeles: 38th Street, 36th Street, Primera Flats, Playboys and East Lado Trece, among others. By 2012, Roman-controlled territory in South Los Angeles, bordered by Alameda Street to the east, Western Avenue to the west, Washington Boulevard to the north, and Imperial Highway to the south, according to a federal indictment indicting 18 members and Harpys associates.

Danny Roman Murdered

Around 11 a.m., two inmates, Raúl Alvarado and Edward Cisneros began stabbing Roman in the body and face, according to a spokesman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Roman, 64, was taken to the prison’s medical center and pronounced dead.

Who is Alvarado? Danny Roman Killer

Alvarado, 47, is a member of the Lennox Mexican mafia known as “Spy,” according to a source who was not authorized to speak in public and requested anonymity. The source said Alvarado and Cisneros attacked Roman in the facility’s courtyard. Alvarado is serving a life sentence for murder and has been in state custody since 1994, according to the Department of Corrections. Cisneros, 31, is also serving a life sentence for murder and has been incarcerated since 2013. The two men were placed in segregated housing while the Corrections Department and the Kings County District Attorney investigate the murder of Roman.

Danny Roman’s Daughter

Roman had a daughter named Vianna, who was also accused of organized crime, drug trafficking, and various violent crimes. She was sentenced in 2015 to 15 years in federal prison, culminating an investigation that federal authorities called “Operation Roman Empire.”

Her daughter was sentenced in 2015 to 15 years in federal prison, culminating an investigation that federal authorities called “Operation Roman Empire.”

Prior to his daughter’s indictment, prison officials confiscated $ 24,000 from Danny Roman’s prisoner trust account, suspecting that it came from extortion and drug trafficking, the affidavit said. Inmates can use the money in their accounts to buy items at the store, such as snacks and hygiene products, which range in price from 25 cents to a few dollars.

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