|Born||May 18, 1969|
Washington Heights, New York City
|Died||November 16, 2008|
Koreatown, New Jersey
|Affiliation|| Spanish Lords|
Barriero was born in the New York City neighborhood of Washington Heights in a primarily-Puerto Rican neighborhood, although the Dominican Mafia and the Black Mafia had a strong presence in the area. Barriero became involved in organized crime as an associate of the Spanish Lords, who ran the Meteorite Bar, until the Korean Mob also purchased a stake in the business, and he became the racket boss for both gangs. In 2008, Barriero went out of business when the Lopez Cartel stole his shipment of drugs that he fronted at his bar.
Barreiro was murdered in November 2008 by The Lost MC biker gang, whose leader Johnny Klebitz killed him with four shots to the chest with an M1911 pistol, and Klebitz shot him in the head twice as he lay dying. He then proceeded to steal Barriero's handgun ammunition and his money.