Misdaadgroep in Denver, bekend as 'die familie', het gesteel 240 identiteite, $690K in eiendom om verslawing aan voedingsmiddels te voed: GEE

Misdaadgroep in Denver, bekend as 'die familie', het gesteel 240 identiteite, $  690K in eiendom om verslawing aan voedingsmiddels te voed: GEE

A Denver grand jury has aangekla a dozen members from an organized crime group calledthe Familyfor allegedly stealing the identities of more than 240 people and taking more than a half-million-dollars’ worth of vehicles allegedly to feed their drug addictions, local officials recently announced.

Die verdagtes, who ranged in age from 22 aan 41, were indicted on 92 counts ranging from identity theft, ontvoering, criminal extortion, theft, burglary, roof, aggravated motor vehicle theft, menacing and assault, according to a Monday press release from Denver District Attorney Beth McCann’s office.

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The group allegedly worked together to steal mail, cars, bicycles, geld, electronics, jewelry, identity documents andfinancial transaction devices,” sometimes doing so at gunpoint, or in an otherwise violent way. They broke into residential garages and businesses and committed identity theft and then sold them to pawn shops or through social media and in-person meetings, die indictment states.

Sarah Marie Lore (Denver District Attorney's Office)

Sarah Marie Lore (Denver District Attorney’s Office) ((Denver District Attorney’s Office))

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The Familyallegedly stole more than $ 550,000 in motor vehicles and an additional $ 140,000 in other stolen property to be able to pay for their meth habit.

The alleged ringleader of the group, 38-year-old Sarah Marie Lore was known asStreet Momand bought and sold the illicit items through Facebook or face-to-face, the release states. She and the rest of the “Gesin” “shared money, eiendom, kos, clothing and living quarters,” amptenare gesê.

Some of the others in the group were identified as Lore’sStreet Sons,” while others werebrothers” en “sisters,” volgens hofstukke.

They are alleged to have kept a rental locker where they stored items, including a notebook with instructions for how to commit fraudulent schemes,” amptenare gesê. “Lore is also accused of maintaining control of ‘Family’ operations through violent attacks on members of the ‘Family.’

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The group was charged for crimes that were allegedly committed between April 2019 and October 2020.

Lore’s attorney did not comment when contacted by the Associated Press.

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