Wednesday, November 25, 2015
La Casa Sierra & Associates, Inc., The La Casa Sierra Slaughter House had also been active in the Miami area before they closed the location, they have been sited multiple times for “animal handled and/or slaughtered cruelly”. This Suspension is based on the failure of La Casa Sierra & Associetes, Inc. Est. M11181 to humanely and effectively handle livestock according to 9 CFR 313.30. Animals that had been stunned were still alive as they went into processing. Section 3 (B) of the Federal Meat Inspection Act states, “For the purpose of preventing the inhumane slaughtering of livestock, the Secretary shall cause to be made, by inspectors appointed for the purpose, an examination and inspection of the method by which cattle, sheep, swine, Goats, Horses mules or other equines are slaughtered and handled in connection with slaughter in the slaughtering establishments inspected under this Act.
LA CASA SIERRA & ASSOCIATES, INC.
La Casa Sierra Slaughter House aka Lee’s Fresh Pork, Wimauma Fl.
Custom Kill House.
6712 State Road 674
Wimauma, FL 33598
Custom Kill Meat Slaughter House – Hogs, Pigs, Cows. We are a USDA Facility under USDA Inspection, meat packing available. Grain Fed hogs. 813-634-0644 We sell hog blood, fresh hog intestine, pork stomach. Family owned business.
The La Casa Sierra Slaughter House, Address: 6712 State Rd. 674 E. Wimauma, FL 33598.
Establishment No.: m11181
Enforcement Report: July 29, 2013
NOTICE of SUSPENSION:
This serves as official notification by Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) to withhold the marks of inspection and suspend the assignment of inspection program personnel at La Casa Sierra & Associetes, Inc., Est. 11181 M, located at 6712 State Rd. 674 E., Wimauma, FL 33598. This Suspension is based on the failure of La Casa Sierra & Associetes, Inc., Est. M11181 to humanely and effectively handle livestock according to 9 CFR 313.30.
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La Casa Sierra
6712 Hwy. 674 E
Wimauma, FL 33598
Phone: (813) 598-0094
Contact: Roy Sierra
Notes: Cited in July 2013 for a violation of the Humane Methods of Slaughter Act (USDA inspector observed an animal handled and/or slaughtered cruelly by Mexican employee).
What kind of person would work in the La Casa Sierra Slaughter House in Wimauma Fl where animals are stunned and then set upon by employees with sharp knives while still standing? The labor pool in Wimauma Fl is mostly immigrants from Mexico with the first generation born in the USA, the 15 to 22 year old crowd, made up of gang members in the rampant wide open criminal activity in the wild, wild, west of Mexican SUR-13 controlled Wimanua Fl where they still steal horses.
Wimauma Teenagers Steal Horses, On August 27, 2013, Hillsborough County Sheriff deputies responded to 3649 Seminole Trail in reference to a theft of horses. Jose Moreno-Sanchez reported that someone cut the fence in his pasture and stole two of his horses, two saddles and a bucket. Moreno-Sanchez located one of his horses and a saddle at 3428 Oakwood Drive. The suspects had offered to sell the horse for $800.00. Instead the witness offered to trade an ATV for the horse, provided that the suspects brought a signed receipt proving they had permission to trade the horse. The witness provided deputies a hand written receipt signed by one of the boys who claimed that his family owned the horses. Arrested: Daniel Mariano DOB: 1/28/99 3324 Lenfred Drive Wimauma, Edgar Alviso DOB: 1/16/96 3423 Ridge Road Wimauma, Jose Moreno-Sanchez DOB: 4/11/72 3615 Willow Trail Wimauma.
Welcome to Gangland in Mexican SUR-13 Controlled Wimauma Fl. Take about a 15 min ride on Rte 301 northeast of the north Manatee County Fl line and you will end up in probably the most violent little town in all of Southwest Fl. In what has to be the most disgusting crime ridden little town Wimauma Fl is a place you do not want to venture day or night without a heavily armed SWAT team to back you up, people are shot and killed in the streets and no one “see’s nutin”, no snitchin in Wimauma Fl.
Things are so bad in Wimauma Fl that just a couple of years ago the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s office aided by 3 other agencies raided a targeted Mexican gang ridden neighborhood of 3 connecting streets and went door to door looking for violations and violators.
Eastern Hillsborough County: A planned Multi-Agency Joint Operation occurred in the Wimauma Fl area specifically targeting quality of life issues based upon citizen complaints near the Willow Road, River Road and Maple Mex Street Areas. Members of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office assigned to the District IV Office were assisted by investigative teams from Hillsborough County Code Enforcement, Animal Services and the Florida Department of Corrections Probation Department. During the operation the Hillsborough County Code Enforcement Graffiti Abatement Truck assisted in painting out or cleaning approximately 2330 square feet of gang related graffiti and removing tagging from nine (9) roadway signs. Additionally, Code Enforcement identified and documented approximately 400 code violations during the operation. Code Enforcement Officials placarded five (5) residential structures and nine (9) sheds due to sub standard conditions and permitting issues. Hillsborough County Animal Services seized eighteen dogs (18), issued thirty-three (33) confinement and licensing violations and identified two cases of Felony Animal Cruelty, which they are actively investigating. FDOC successfully identified individuals living in the area and conducted site visits for compliance of probation stipulations. Joint Operations like this occur on a regular basis throughout Hillsborough County and these efforts have dramatically helped to reduce gang activity and crimes.
Unsolved SUR-13 Gang Related Murders in the Wimauma Fl Area
1). March 31, 2007. Victim: Monico Hernandez, 33, of Wimauma
Location: 3305 Maple Mex St., Wimauma
Investigating agency: Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responding to a report of shots fired found Hernandez fatally shot about 3:57 a.m. in the street. A large group had been in the road partying and drinking when shots were fired. There were no witnesses present when deputies arrived.
2). February 14, 2014 at 3:27 a.m., Hillsborough County Sheriff deputies responded to a call at the Mi Amigos Mobile Home Park, 610 Railroad Street, in Wimauma. Upon arrival, deputies found the deceased victim and another victim with injuries. Victim: Cristino Basilio Galvez (Deceased) DOB: 10/06/88 610 Railroad St. Wimauma, FL. Detectives are searching for two Hispanic males that were seen leaving the scene in a vehicle after the crime occurred. The victim and suspect argued, at which time the suspect killed the victim. The suspect then attempted to rob a witness, striking him in the head with a firearm (black revolver). The suspect entered the passenger side of his vehicle, being driven by an unknown Hispanic male, and the vehicle fled south on Railroad Street.
3). On April 8, 2015, Jesus D. Gonzalez and a unidentified male suspect committed a armed home invasion robbery at a mobile home at trailer park located at 11808 S. Hwy 41 in Wimauma. Gonzalez and his unknown accomplice confronted the victim outside of his residence and demanded money and property at knife point. Gonzalez and the other suspect then forced the victim inside where they robbed a second victim of money and property. During the investigation, detectives in Hillsborough County Sheriff Patrol District IV quickly identified Gonzalez as a suspect and he was arrested just before 9 am on April 9th after he was found sleeping in a motor home at 1628 S Hwy 41 in Ruskin. Gonzalez was found in possession of the victim’s property and cash. No one in this incident was injured. Gonzalez has also been identified and charged with an Armed Kidnapping and Armed Carjacking that occurred on January 30th 2015 at 5129 Hwy 674 in Wimauma. On January 30th, 2015 at approximately 1130 pm, Gonzalez and three (3) unidentified males confronted the victim at “Club 674”, located at 5129 Hwy 674, in Wimauma. According to Gonzales, he and his crew targeted random Mexicans members of the community because he says they were less likely to report the robbery to police.
- Robbery (4 counts)
- Aggravated Battery with a weapon (2 counts)
- Plan or Direct Criminal Gang Activity
- Grand Theft Motor Vehicle
- Kidnapping (3 counts)
- Armed Burglary of a Dwelling
- Grand Theft Firearm (6 counts)
- Felon in Possession of a firearm (6 counts)
- Grand Theft
Between April 15, 2012 and April 16, 2012 the three listed certified gang (MS 13) suspects were involved in a series of crimes in Southern Hillsborough County, Wimauma Fl. The suspects initially stole a Ford Mustang and later committed a carjacking of a Honda Accord. During the carjacking the suspect struck the victim in the head with a hammer and another victim was threatened with a firearm. The Honda Accord and Ford Mustang were then used to create a roadblock on a Honda Civic containing three victims. The suspects robbed the victim’s at gunpoint while concealing their aces with blue bandanas. The suspects later used a stolen Dodge Dakota to burglarize a residence, stealing seven firearms, various ammunition and other miscellaneous items. Five firearms, various ammunition, the Dodge Dakota and Ford Mustang were later recovered by deputies. The subjects were identified and taken into custody on the above charges. Homes were raided at 5102 Janes Drive Wimauma, Florida, 3630 Seminole Trail Wimauma, Florida, 5307 Vel Street Wimauma, Florida.
TAMPA-WIMAUMA FL..A 15-year-old Plant City boy died as the result of a gang-related shooting in Wimauma Fl Hillsborough sheriff’s deputies announced. Arnulfo Montelongo was shot to death outside 3347 Willow Road in Wimauma. Montelongo lived at 1206 W Granfield Ave. in Plant City and was a member of the SUR-13 gang, investigators said. Hillsborough sheriff’s deputies say Montelongo, Christian Villanueva, 19, and a third person drove up to the Willow Road Wimauma Fl residence in a green Ford Explorer and exchanged gunfire with the occupants of the home. During the gunfight, Montelongo and Villanueva got out of the SUV. At some point, both of them were shot, along with Martin Rosalez, 19, and Daniel Barrios, 16, two visitors at the home.
Jose Trevino, Jr. Rolando Rodriguez Francisco Becerra, Jr.
Warrant for Attempt 1st Degree Murder & Aggrav. Assault with Firearm. Hillsborough County detectives have issued a warrant for the arrest of three suspects wanted in connection with what appears to be two separate drug related shootings. Detectives believe that the shootings are a result of SUR-13 gang related/retaliation against each other. On January 24, 2012 at 5204 North Street in Wimauma the victim, Alejandro Longoria was at home when what is described as a 2000 Beige Dodge Durango drove by the residence with both front and rear passenger windows down and unknown suspects discharging unknown type weapon at the scene. No one was injured. On January 29, 2012 at 5219 Vernice Street in Wimauma the victim, Alejandro Rios Jr. was outside the residence when what is described as a 2000 Dodge Durango drove up, suspects exited the vehicle and shots were fired resulting in the victim being struck in the back. The victim was transported to Tampa General Hospital. The perps lived at 5207 North Street Wimauma, FL, 5209 North Street Wimauma, FL and 5207 Vel Street Wimauma, FL. Anyone with any information reference the suspects is asked to call the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office at 247-8200 or anyone with any information regarding the identity and whereabouts of these suspects and who wants to be eligible for a cash reward is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS (8477), report anonymously online at www.crimestopperstb.com or text “CSTB plus your tip” to C-R-I-M-E-S (274637).
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota SEX, CRIME CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.wbipi.com