An 18-year-old girl who is the leader of one of Peru's deadliest gangs has been arrested.
Gabriela Iparraguirre Porras, is only 18-years-old but she is the leader of a deadly criminal gang known as 'The She-Wolf', for its penchant for murder, extortion and drug trafficking in Peru, reports Mirror Online.
The police in that country reports that she was arrested while her gang was planning a hit on a local construction businessman.
Despite her tender age, Porras has risen to the position of authority where she coordinates the activities of the gang that operates in the country's central city of Callao and has made a notorious name for herself in the underground world.
According to Peruvian police, Porras used to work alongside her boyfriend, Juan Carlos Herrera, and another mobster, Alberto Cardenas Pimentel, before she took on the leadership role in the gang known as 'The Bocanegra Wolves', and changed the name to 'The She-Wolf'.
Her lucky streak came to an end, however, when she was caught together with the two
Investigators say she used to mostly work with guns and deal drugs before moving up to a leading role within her criminal organization.
Colonel Cesar Bedoya told local news outlets the gang was in possession of guns, grenades and drugs that have been confiscated.
Local Prosecutor Roger Rodriguez Rojas, has asked for the young offenders be remanded in custody for a period of at least nine months, while an investigation into their alleged crimes is conducted.