Five Dayton men will be fined by the government for stealing oil that allows them to steal oil.
The U.S. Legal Department says 50 full-time applications are filed in two years.
The federal court met with Kevin Earl Alexander, Jr., 33, Demetrius Hicks, 28, Darrell Stone White, 27, Tyson Kenneth Thomas.
24 by Isaiah Cooper, 20 different acts, as well as several robberies and murders
The U.S. Legal Department said in a statement that it had used the device and included all information relating to the acquisition
of illicit goods.
The court ruled that five people were abducted on land purchased from a dark network.
Card numbers, names, addresses and other personal information
The lawyer said the man used the information to exchange hundreds of free goods and gift cards and payment cards
Then use the bus to pick up at least 50 gas stations in the area, Dayton and more at the grocery store.
The deadline is 30 months, officials said.
The case also alleges that the man sent several bombs, places, dates and times through social networks such as Facebook.
And a place where people gather and write illegally
The plaintiffs argued that the joint venture should face the image of oil because of its outlets.
In other words, a person who wants to hire a tank again pays a colleague -30-30-30 and is billed for fuel.
Alignments at service stations are reported to rarely occur in six to ten vehicles as needed when loaded.
The Americans said they were members of the coalition.
Police officers Hux, Thomas, White, and Cooper have appeared in the past two days. Alexander was in charge of the state.
For the first religion
There was no immediate confusion over the five suspects.
All five must be selected later.
No details were released.