MS-13 Gang Member Charged with Slaughtering Uber Eats Driver

( – A member of the dreaded MS-13 Gang, who was out on parole, has been arrested for killing and dismembering an Uber Eats driver after a food delivery in what Florida’s police said was a “demonic” crime.

30-year-old Oscar Solis, a member of the infamous Latino gang founded in Los Angeles in the 1970s, was nabbed on April 24, Breitbart News reported.

On April 19, he allegedly murdered 59-year-old Randall Cooke and chopped his body into pieces.

Cooke, a husband, and stepfather, was making his final Uber Eats delivery for the night to the gang member’s home.

“This person, you always say the word ‘evil,’ but this is demonic. This individual, what he did was demonic,” Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco declared.

“This person killed him for no reason and took him away from his family,” he elaborated.

The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office revealed that on the night of his murder, Cooke was texting with his wife, Kathy, whom he married in 2020.

The victim was working as an Uber Eats driver to be able to realize his job he got to support his wife and stepdaughters’ dreams of living by the ocean.

The police found security camera footage proving Cooke delivered at Solis’s house. Even though the camera was shut off at that point, the investigators suspect that the gangster pulled the unsuspecting food delivery driver into the residence and killed him.

Solis then dismembered Cooke’s corpse, stuffed the parts into trash bags, and later, together with another suspect, took them out to garbage cans.

The police discovered the victim’s wedding ring and blood inside the MS-13 gangster’s house.

The search was carried out a couple of days after the murder, once Cooke’s remains were found in the trash.

“He was always just so happy and just trying to have fun and laugh, all the time,” Cooke’s stepdaughter Melany Dzoba told local media.

His other stepdaughter said Cooke and her mother “shared so many amazing memories together.”

Suspected MS-13 murderer Oscar Solis was released from an Indiana prison on parole in January.

He moved to Holiday, Florida, but violated his parole as he didn’t register as a convicted felon.

The gangster’s sizable criminal record “includes stabbing a fellow prison inmate multiple times, aggravated battery, multiple burglary convictions, drug offenses, resisting law enforcement, and assaulting prison staff.”

“Indiana released him, and he came down to Florida,” Sheriff Chris Nocco said.

“They released him on parole. Unfortunately, now we have a hardworking guy, a loving husband who is no longer with us because this violent individual killed him,” the sheriff added.

A GoFundMe campaign has been started to support Cooke’s wife and stepdaughters.