An investigator stole a document from his South Fresno home a month ago.
Authorities found fraudulent IDs, including at least two stolen cars, a ticket, a computer, credit cards and a car license.
Tony Booth, speaking for Fresno County, broke into a house and a parking lot on Dorcara Road.
“The tracker needs to have features and transparency,” said Boothe. That is
The target audience included at least hundreds and thousands of dollars.
The car, found at the Dodge, is worth $ 40,000 and most Ford Mustangs cost $ 80,000. The two spoke
Authorities say missing identification documents were taken in the dark in the town of Hoover Alford (45).
Butty said he was arrested for network fraud, car theft, running a carbonate store and stealing one.
Alfreds bosses knew better, Booth said; He was arrested in 2013 for kidnapping.
The investigation was conducted by a team working with agencies at the Fresno Hotel (which helps stop car theft).
Another person was arrested at his home Friday. His names are Firino and Jose Martins, 30 years old. He compared fake products
Make money from someone. Butti said there are more charges.