MESA, AZ - FEBRUARY 28: A Honduran immigration detainee, his feet shackled and shoes laceless as a security precaution, boards a deportation flight to San Pedro Sula, Honduras on February 28, 2013 in Mesa, Arizona. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), operates 4-5 flights per week from Mesa to Central America, deporting hundreds of undocumented immigrants detained in western states of the U.S. With the possibility of federal budget sequestration, Most detainees typically remain in custody for several weeks before they are deported to their home country, while others remain for longer periods while their immigration cases work through the courts. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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LOS ANGELES (AP) – Immigration officials say two MS-13 gang members have been deported from Los Angeles to face homicide charges in El Salvador.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers transferred Gerson Adiel Segovia Alvarado and Nilson De Jesus Lozano Hernandez to Interpol custody on arrival Wednesday in El Salvador.
Officers received a tip from the Los Angeles Police Department that Segovia Alvarado was in the area and wanted for aggravated homicide in El Salvador. According to authorities, Segovia Alvarado and two other men beat a man to death with a baseball bat.
Lozano Hernandez has been charged with aggravated homicide in a separate case involving a rival gang.
Both men illegally entered the United States after their alleged crimes.
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