The couple claimed that the money was stolen to sell luxury goods, including lawn mowers, tractors and equipment.
Two Homer Glenn men claim M1 million or more for illegal luxury goods trade
Includes mowers, tractors and implements.
Jamel McBride and Brendan Butler said they had been selling the stolen money online for two years.
Police in Lake Forest said the product was also sold on social media.
Police say an investigation into the alleged theft of residents at Lake Mobana began in June 2018.
The investigation, which included the U.S. Department of Defense, the DEA, and the Chicago Police Department, eventually turned to
Butler, 22 years old
Homer Glenn said home that police will use some of this money cards. Two suspects were also arrested
They stole weapons, counterfeit goods, cars, computers, cell phones, leather goods and other pens.
Police believe McBride is leading a gang of thieves to gather information on the notorious black network. It also has a name
Driver’s license number, then ways to create a credit card – illegal driver’s license.
A special report from Shariifo’s office said most of the research was conducted in Will area.
McBride was accused of using a weapon illegally, stealing my testimony, and forming a criminal group.
McBride was paid $ 250,000, according to business districts.
McBride was sentenced in 2011 to three years in prison for kidnapping a bank fraudster.
Butler was charged with assault, theft and possession of stolen property.
Lottery. , Assigned a payment of $ 75,000.
Both will return to Will County on June 25.