Man jailed over car defects racket
“He is accused of stealing vehicles, fixing them up without proper documentation and then s예스카지노elling the machines in the dark,” said G. Paul Clements, of the Michigan Attorney General’s Asset Forfeiture Task Force, which includes the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Clements said that in 2008 he seized 11,600 illegally built vehicles from an auto dealership and two dealerships. In total, he said, he seized between $150,000 and $200,000 from dealerships and vehicle owners in Michigan.
In the case at hand, the federal agents seized $1.2 million in cash, the seizure, Clements said, “would indicate that somebody may have been willing to pay to fix and sell a stolen vehicle.”
Investigators said they believe that Doyon, 32, may have been driving the stolen vehicles because Doyon was “very busy with his own business” and took them back for a profit.
An attorney for Doyon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The investigation started after an anonymous tip that Doyon may have been involved 카지노 사이트in the scam was made through the Detroit Police Department on June 9, 2012. Detroit Police Department’s Special Investigations Team discovered Doyon at one of the dealerships when he was in his car. Doyon told them he was there to fix the vehicle but wasn’t there because he was working and needed to finish some work.
The Special Investigations Team went to Doyon’s house, at 855 N. Main St., but he was gone, Clements said. He contacted police and after some months, they caught up with him.
After his arraignment Friday, he posted bail of $5,000 to pay for his own attorney and to get his license back, though the DMV says he’s a full-time, active and committed business man. Doyon was ordered to register as a Class I Robbery offender, the federal crime and is expected to appear in court on July 8 for a scheduled court date. He was ordered to have no contacapronxt with the victim of the criminal act and will have to pay restitution to the victim.
The attorney charged that Doyon took what, he said in the booking video, would have been a $50,000 loan for a Chevrolet Malibu from a dealership, using a fraud scheme to steal back the vehicle.
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