By Sasha Gonzales
Three alleged gang members have been chargedwith murder, racketeering, and firearms offenses for their involvement in the slaying of a Bronx man, federal officials said Thursday.
Robert Wilson, a/k/a “RO,” Kevin Crosby, a/k/a “Sama,” and Yefrel Brito, a/k/a “Mini” are accused of carrying out the Jan. 6 murder of Nelson Ramos, according to the Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s Office.
The men fatally shot Ramos in the vicinity of 800 Soundview Avenue in the Bronx, authorities said.
Wilson, 28, and Crosby, 23, are reputed members or associates the Stevenson Commons Crew, a Soundview based gang, prosecutors said.
Brito, 21, is a reputed member or associate of the Sex Money Murder organization, authorities said.
All three men are charged with one count of murder and assault with a deadly weapon in aid of racketeering, which carries a maximum sentence of death or life in prison, and a mandatory minimum sentence of life in prison; one count of conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison; and one count of murder through use of a firearm, which carries a maximum sentence of death or life in prison, and a mandatory minimum sentence of five years in prison. Wilson is also charged with one count of racketeering conspiracy, which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.