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Sunday, January 15, 2023

Las Vegas, Nevada: Son Of Rene 'Boxer' Enriquez Is Killed And Dismembered

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

Rene Enriquez Jr. son of Rene 'Boxer' Enriquez

Prosecutors believe a murder suspect accused of killing a man and dismembering his body, leaving it to decompose in a barrel, made jail phone calls and sent Facebook messages about purchasing of blades and a 55-gallon drum, documents the 8 News Now Investigators obtained Friday said.

Las Vegas Metro police arrested Ryan Bentley, 43, in November on one charge of open murder. Homicide detectives suspect Bentley killed the victim, Rene Enriquez Jr., 39, at a home near Washington Avenue and Jones Boulevard in late October.

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, a person notified Clark County Public Works about an abandoned barrel near Quail Avenue and Palm Street. A public works contractor removed the barrel from the area and then opened it, finding suspected human remains and bleach inside, the 8 News Now Investigators first reported last year.

Inside the barrel, investigators said they found a torso missing its arms and head.

Las Vegas Metro police arrested Ryan Bentley, 43, in November on one charge of open murder. (LVMPD)

In court documents, prosecutors and detectives allege Bentley shot Enriquez for snitching on him and his friend group. Enriquez is described as Bentley’s “friend of a friend” and was planning to move into Bentley’s home, documents said.

Police had investigated Enriquez’s home the week of Oct. 20, documents said.

Unrelated to the homicide, Las Vegas Metro police arrested Bentley on a drug charge on Oct. 28. Transcripts indicate prosecutors suspect Enriquez was already deceased at the time.

Bentley made several phone calls from the Clark County Detention Center while awaiting his friends to pay bail.

“Has the house been cleaned up?” Bentley said in one call, which was entered into evidence.

“Yes,” the woman on the other end of the call said.

“Ah, cool,” Bentley said.

Prosecutors say the inside of this garage door was damaged in the shooting. (KLAS)

In another call, Bentley asks about a woman named Angelica. On Dec. 7, Metro police arrested Angelica Hudson, 30, on a charge of murder with the use of a deadly weapon in connection with Enriquez’s death.

“Has Angelica called you?” Bentley asked the caller.

“Yea, yea,” she said.

Prosecutors dismissed all charges against Hudson later that month.

Homicide detectives suspect Bentley killed the victim, Rene Enriquez Jr., 39, at a home near Washington Avenue and Jones Boulevard in late October. (KLAS)

Other evidence in the case includes Facebook messages Bentley reportedly sent after his release from custody on the drug charge. Prosecutors received the messages from Meta, Facebook’s parent company, through a search warrant.

“I either need new Sawzall blades or cash app so I can ride bike to buy some,” Bentley reportedly said in a message on Oct. 29, records showed.

Before that worker discovered Enriquez’s body in late November, Bentley sent more messages, prosecutors said.

“Bro the [expletive] me and her had to do compared with cartel videos,” Bentley said, according to prosecutors.

A Facebook message Ryan Bentley allegedly sent to a friend alluding to the murder, prosecutors said. (KLAS)

“I was in real situation I still can’t talk about and all I needed was few gallons of hot water,” another message said. “I just needed [hot] water to activate the lye.” Lye is a chemical compound used in decomposition.

The coroner’s office identified Enriquez’s remains from his tattoos, documents said.

A district court arraignment was scheduled for Jan. 26. A judge denied setting bail due to the murder charge

Anyone with information on the case is urged to contact Metro’s Homicide Section at (702) 828-3521, or by email at homicide@lvmpd.com. You can remain anonymous by contacting Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555 or by visiting crimestoppersofnv.com.


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28 comments:

  1. Get whacked in Vegas it’s like Oakland 2.0

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  2. What goes around comes around karma to bad it was his kid that sucks

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  3. Cartel style dismemberment hitting Las Vegas. Ryan Bentley not to smart to evade murder.

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    1. 923
      "More people get murdered in Chicago South side or Compton" Do dey,do dey.
      Shut up crying arse

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  5. Thank you for sharing this!! I can’t believe Vegas Profile Stories on YouTube was the first person to put together that was Boxers son! He nailed it!!

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  6. Looks like strong evidence
    Give the piece of shit the hot shot

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  7. Boxers book The Black Hand is a fantastic read and a go-to if you're looking to understand La EME and exactly how they run the California penal system.

    - La Plata -

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    1. Wasn't he long ago since out of circulation and basically allowed to live his life as normal as he could?
      Control of the penal system is different in each region of the country but yeah typically prison politics exist believe it or not to keep the peace, as bad as that sounds. - Little Grapes

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    2. 12:12
      Raza runs the show good or bad

      Semper Fi

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    3. "Raza runs the show good or bad"
      Raza,lmfao,mi raza mi raza,false claiming phony fuckers,raza control snitching as well.Sad clown proud of that little stat

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    4. @6:27 dont even put the Marines in your mix of BS....

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  8. Meth. That’s a meth murder .

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    1. Meth?? No, what you get today is called "weirdo dope" in the states....not even close to meth. The good stuff was "puffed off" with anhydrous ammonia, not P2 (Kodak film developing chemicals).

      I would rather do the chicken-feed, biker bathtub version of meth from the 70's.

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  9. The guy obliviously wasn’t that smart to be talking & messaging about his crime… definitely not a rocket scientist…

    -Holden D. Cash

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    1. Before a phone call is allowed to connect the system admonishes the caller that all calls are recorded, using that phone is an art.
      You don't really need a warrant to get the records of any user from META, you can send in a fake request pretending to be an agent working for a sealed investigation and META hands it over. Once the cowards do this then they get an idea of your routine, they make contact initially over a simple and minor thing and try to be friendly. When you're not friendly or strictly indifferent they ask for consent if no consent they then admonish you that you're actions raise suspicion because they've been trained and have years of experience to "know". They search using that as probable cause knowing what they are going to find just so they can start the "investigation", that's when they send an official request to META. Without a real probable cause number the courts can't submit it into the record, cowards are criminals too and honestly as stupid and hated as they are they are smart enough to know that they are protected as long as they are never caught beyond a reasonable doubt. No offense but being a cop is like being 4th string for the Browns, you made it to the NFL and the worst team.

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  10. Talks on prison phone, asks for petty cash for a blade and 44gallon drum (he doesn’t have $10 to his name?) he’ll ride his bike to get them if he can get cash app dollars. What a gangster! High roller ūüėā

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  11. Paid for the sins of his father.

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    1. No he didn’t he snitched on the guy that’s why he killed him he paid for his own sins read the story b4 you go posting bogus stories

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    2. 546 Relax, it's a figure of speech, not to be taken literally.

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    3. He didnt snitch on nobody. That is here say. You think dude gonna move into the killers house after snitching? Can you put 2 and 2 together?

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  12. The guy was never around for his son he probably tried to imitate his old man instead of being better than him

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  13. open border anyone,mexicans have mexico they hate people entering mexico fuck em,gente racista,lo siento pero cierto,i kno wey

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    1. 3:11 No se te entiende ni vrgas... aprende espa√Īol, o ingles... para que te puedas comunicar con los demas.

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  14. Smarter than all ain't he ,(imbecile rules)

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  15. He was not a snitch, but killed for it. Pretty sure his dad had some influence on that jacket. To dismember his body, his poor mother...

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    1. If you guys are smart enough and read the articles no he didn't snitch on nobody that was the problem here the guy just didn't like them or was jealous of them okay so you guys need to read the f****** stories right people put their own two cents and b******* make up their own story no he never yeah that bitney guy he needs to be dealt with he's a piece of s***

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