Woman buys a gun for her son in a gang!

Gerdau Steel Mill, melted 4,971 guns into steel rebar, Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at the mill in Rancho Cucamonga. The 24th annual event, that teams up with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, uses the rebar from the melted weapons in bridge, freeway and building construction around California. Led by the sheriff's department, 13 area police departments across LA county, including the La Verne police department contributed confiscated and surrendered weapons. (Staff photo by Rick Sforza, The Sun/SCNG)

A Fresno, California, area woman who received a nearly $5 million settlement after the police killed her son has been arrested for using some of that money to buy guns for another son and gang members.

Christina Lopez, 42, was one of 14 people charged in the takedown of a Fresno-area gang that was allegedly involved in the shooting death of a man in July, according to the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office.

Police say the murder was a hit ordered on behalf of the gang by a 47-year-old murder convict serving a life sentence.

In April, Lopez’s family was awarded $4.9 million from the city of Fresno as a result of a police shooting that killed her 16-year-old son Isiah Murrietta-Golding after he fled from law enforcement.

Investigators say Lopez purchased guns for her 14-year-old son who was part of the gang, and the son then shared or sold the guns to other members of the gang.

Lopez faces 22 felony counts of conspiracy to provide firearms to a minor for the benefit of a street gang as well as child endangerment and conspiracy to provide a firearm to a gang member.

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