All of the new elements of the superceding indictment involve Wilson and date back to April 2007. The superseding indictment does not ascribe a particular role to Wilson or suggest that he was anything more than a rank-and-file member.
As alleged by the government:
• In or about April 2007, [North Carolina Latin Kings leader Jorge] Cornell, Wilson, [Steaphan] Acencio-Vasquez, and three other Latin Kings members committed theft from interstate commerce by stealing goods, including food, clothing and other household items from a tractor-trailer truck parked outside a Roses Department store in Greensboro, North Carolina.
• On or about April 11, 2007, 2007, Wilson, Acencio-Vasquez and three other Latin Kings members committed an armed robbery of a Laundromat located in Greensboro, North Carolina.
• On or about April 12, 2007, [Luis Alberto] Rosa, Wilson, Acencio-Vasquez and another Latin Kings members committed an armed robbery of a music store in High Point, North Carolina.
• On or about April 18, 2007, Rosa, Acencio-Vasquez, Wilson and one other Latin Kings member committed an armed robbery of a dry cleaning business in Greensboro, North Carolina. Rosa and Wilson brandished firearms during this robbery. Wilson struck the store owner on the head with a handgun.
• On or about April 21, 2007, Wilson and three other Latin King members committed an armed robbery of a convenience store located in High Point, North Carolina. Wilson and the other Latin Kings members brandished firearms during this robbery. Wilson assaulted the clerk and stole about $300 from the register.
Cornell (pictured) is currently being held at Piedmont Regional Jail in Virginia, his public defender Michael W. Patrick said.
The 13 defendants, also including Russell Lloyd Kilfoil, Randolph Leif Kilfoil, Jason Paul Yates, Wesley Anderson Williams, Marcelo Ysrael Perez, Samuel Isaac Velasquez, Charles Lawrence Morse, Richard Lee Robinson, Irvin Vasquez and Carlos Coleman, are scheduled to be arraigned in Courtroom 1 of the L. Richardson Preyer Federal Courthouse in Greensboro during the first week of the March 2012 criminal term, which begins March 5 at 9:30 a.m.