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Friday, August 11, 2017

UPDATED: Alpha Jalloh and 20 Others Indicted In NJ Luxury Carjacking Racket Shipping Cars to Tin Can City Nigeria, 5 Get Prison Time


TERRORISM FINANCING IT NEVER STOPS: Alpha Jalloh and 20 Others Indicted In New Jersey Statewide High End Carjacking Racket Shipping Cars to Tin Can City Nigeria, 5 of these 'Mooks' get prison time.
“We are sending these ring members to prison, where they can no longer threaten residents with this dangerous type of street-level crime, said Attorney General Porrino ” Twenty-one people were arrested in connection with a major international carjacking and stolen car trafficking ring that stole luxury vehicles from across New Jersey and shipped them to West Africa in 2015 and 2016. Tyja Evans, 39, of Watchung, and Ibn Jones, 37, of Newark were the two alleged ring leaders who were charged with the second-degree crime of leading an auto theft trafficking network and Alpha Jalloh, 28, of New York, N.Y. was one of the Shippers and High-Level Fences. 
Alpha Jalloh, DOB 4/01/1989, age 28 is still in the Morris County Jail in New Jersey awaiting trial. The indictment, which was returned late in the day on April 28, stems from “Operation 17 Corridor,” a joint investigation led by the Division of Criminal Justice and the New Jersey State Police, with assistance from the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Police, ICE Homeland Security Investigations. The individuals who were arrested were processed and lodged in jail with bails ranging from $100,000 to $750,000. The defendants were scheduled to be in court on Friday, Oct. 30, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. for a first appearance on the charges before Superior Court Judge Stephen J. Taylor in Morristown NJ.
Luxury cars such as various models of Range Rover, Mercedes Benz,
BMW, Maserati, Porsche, Jaguar and Bentley were stolen from suburbs along the Route 17 corridor and neighboring New York, as well as other suburban communities in northern and central New Jersey and then shipped to West Africa, according to the prosecutor's release. As a result of the bust 90 stolen luxury cars from across New Jersey worth more than $4 million were recovered. "Some cars were taken through carjackings, while others were taken in 'soft steals' from locations where the thieves were able to steal them with their electronic keys or key fobs, which are critical to the resale value of the cars," said Lougy.


"Within the ring, individuals filled various roles, including carjacker, car thief, wheel man, fence, shipper and buyer. Shippers would load the cars into shipping containers, which were taken to ports for transport by ship to West Africa." In order to get a car with its key, ring members allegedly used a variety of methods to steal the cars, such as targeting gas stations, convenience stores, car-washes and airports, when drivers got out and left vehicles running. "Other cars were stolen from car dealerships. Thieves also would search wealthy neighborhoods and find high-end cars unlocked with the key fob in the glove box," according to the release. "In other cases, individuals in the ring would use fraudulent credit cards with stolen or fictitious identities to rent desired cars from car rental agencies and simply never return them."
 
Most of those involved were arrested on Oct. 27, 2015, when the partnering agencies broke up the theft ring. Two of the defendants face first-degree charges of carjacking and robbery in connection with carjackings committed by the ring:
Derrick Moore, 36, of Newark, is charged with participating in a carjacking on the night of Oct. 6, 2015, at an Italian restaurant on Route 10 in Hanover. Three carjackers, allegedly including Moore, drove into the restaurant parking lot, and one man pointed a gun at a valet, demanding the keys to a 2015 Mercedes S550 and a 2015 Bentley Continental GT. The three men then stole the two vehicles. The Bentley was worth approximately $204,000.
Rashawn Gartrell, 37, of Irvington, is charged with a carjacking in Montclair on Aug. 24, 2015. The victim was walking toward his 2014 BMW 650i when a man, later identified as Nasir Turner, got out of a Mercedes, reached behind his back as if to grab a gun, and ordered the man to surrender his keys. Turner drove off in the BMW and Gartrell allegedly drove off in the Mercedes, which had been stolen in Saddle Brook. Turner, 37, of Newark, pleaded guilty to racketeering and faces a sentence of 11 years in prison, including nine years without parole.

All 21 of the following defendants are charged with racketeering (1st degree), conspiracy (1st degree), money laundering (1st degree), fencing (2nd degree), receiving stolen property (2nd degree) and burglary (3rd degree). All except Andrea Brown also are charged with theft by unlawful taking (2nd degree). The defendants are listed below under certain roles. However, many defendants assumed multiple roles. For example, the alleged leaders also assumed other roles, including high-level fence. In addition, street-level fences also acted as carjackers/thieves, and vice versa.

Leaders
Tyja Evans, 39, of Watchung, N.J.;and
Ibn Jones, 37, of Newark, N.J.
Shippers and High-Level Fences
Peter Cleland, 33, of East Orange, N.J.;
Sowah Anan, 31, of Elizabeth, N.J.;
Adama Fofana, 53, of the Bronx, N.Y.; and
Alpha Jalloh, 27, of New York, N.Y.
Rental Car Thefts
Julian Atta-Poku, 34, of Queens Village, N.Y. (allegedly coordinated sales of stolen rental cars); GOT 7 YEARS IN PRISON
Andrea Brown, 25, of Jamaica, N.Y. (allegedly used fraudulent credit cards and driver’s licenses to rent cars which she stole).
Street-Level Fences
Eric Aikens, 40, of Newark, N.J.;
Levell Burnett, 39, of Newark, N.J.; and
Damion Mikell, 33, of Newark, N.J. ..GOT 6 YEARS IN PRISON
Carjackers, Car Thieves and/or Wheel Men
Derrick Moore, 36, of Keansburg, N.J.;
Rashawn Gartrell, 37, of Irvington, N.J., GOT 12 YEARS IN PRISON
Kenneth Daniels, 30, of Newark, N.J.;
Tyree Johnson, 23, of Newark, N.J.;
Donnel Carroll, 28, of Newark, N.J.;..GOT 10 YEARS IN PRISON
Khalil Culbreath, 38, of Newark, N.J.;
Terrence Wilson, 39, of Newark, N.J.;
Marquis Price, 32, of Newark, N.J.;
Frazier Gibson, 29, of Montclair, N.J., and
Alterique Jones, 41, of Maplewood, N.J. ..GOT 6 YEARS IN PRISON

First-degree carjacking carries a sentence of 10 to 30 years in state prison and a fine of up to $200,000. First-degree racketeering carries a sentence of 10 to 20 years in prison. First-degree money laundering carries a sentence of 10 to 20 years in prison. The charges stemmed from “Operation 17 Corridor,” a joint investigation led by the Division of Criminal Justice and the New Jersey State Police, with assistance from the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Police, ICE Homeland Security Investigations and numerous other agencies. The investigation was conducted for the New Jersey State Police by members of the Interstate Theft North Unit and other members of the Intelligence and Criminal Enterprise Section, including Detective Cory Rodriguez, who is lead detective, Lt. Ronald Micucci, Detective Sgt. 1st Class Robert Tobey, Detective Sgt. Aaron Auclair, Detective Sgt. Jeovanny Rodriguez, Detective Sgt. Anthony Aguanno, Detective Sgt. Pete Stilianessis, Trooper Nicholas Rubino, Trooper Armando Rivas and Trooper Michael Ferrara.
THE STOLEN CARS OF AL-QAEDA; "BLACK CARS" are stolen vehicles that have their Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) switched with wrecked or junked vehicles, dead end trace on the number. I have written about the stolen car rackets financing terrorism for over 15 years, I have worked as a Federal confidential informant (CI) securing evidence of cars unlawfully shipped out of the USA for ICE the Department of Home Land Security. VIN Switching is a technique used by thieves to disguise the identity of a stolen vehicle. They will replace the VIN on a stolen vehicle with a VIN that is not associated with an active theft record. 
The vehicle thief will then try to resell the stolen car to an unsuspecting customer or ship the car to Dubai. In addition to manually switching the VIN, some VIN switchers will also develop fraudulent titles and registrations to go along with the vehicle, thus making a "Black Car" untraceable. Car thieves will also use a phony name and address to buy a salvaged vehicle solely for its title and Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). They steal a car of the same make and model and switch the VINs -- removing the rectangular VIN plate from the salvaged car and placing it in the stolen car, giving the vehicle a "clean" look. 
Alpha Jalloh 28 New York NY Car Thief, Alpha Jalloh 18 Southwest Washington DC Gang Banger, same name different dirtbag criminals. July 13, 2016...D.C. police on Wednesday charged three men who they say were in a car whose driver led officers on a high-speed chase as a passenger opened fire with a Mac-11 gun in downtown Washington. Authorities identified the arrested men as Keyante Edwards, 19, of Southwest Washington, who was charged with assault on a police officer, carrying a gun without a license and discharging a firearm; Alpha Jalloh, 18, of Southwest DC, charged with fleeing from police, reckless driving, being in a vehicle with a firearm and resisting arrest; and Keith Jones, 20, of Southeast, charged with being in a vehicle with a firearm and resisting arrest.


Another Alpha Jalloh same name again but just another dirtbag gang banger. PAWTUCKET RI– 7/28/2017...Police have tracked down two New York City men wanted for a July 20 bank robbery in Pawtucket. Alpha Jalloh and Loang Manpig, both 24, now face felony charges after being captured Thursday in their home state. On July 27, members of the New York City Police Department and the FBI took the two men into custody on outstanding warrants for the July 20 robbery of the Citizens Bank at 539 Smithfield Ave. in Pawtucket.
None of these 3 Alpha Jalloh's have anything to do with the murder of Seth Rich in Washington DC on July 10, 2016, the Alpha Jollah arrested in Washington DC on July 13, 2016 is a 18 year old gang banger who is not related to 28 year old Alpha Jollah in New York who was arrested on warrants related to an International car theft racket out of New Jersey in 2015 and neither of these two Alpha Jolloh's are related to 24 year old gangster Alpha Jalloh also out of New York who robbed banks in Rhode Island and was recently arrested on July 28, 2017. NONSENSE STORY..."Possible Assassins: According to a recent report claims from a new intelligence SVR, the assassins of Seth Rich were involved in a 2016 DC shootout just two days after his murder. The names are: Alpha Jalloh, Keyante Edwards and Keith Jones. No mugshots were ever provided for this particular crime. Alpha Jalloh is said to be the “main leader” he was an international criminal who was released earlier that July. Capitol Briefly Locked Down Due to DC Police Pursuit."

May 23, 2017: The parents of Rich write a piece in the Washington Post headlined: "We're Seth Rich's parents. Stop politicizing our son's murder." In it, they write: "Law-enforcement officials told us that Seth's murder looked like a botched robbery attempt in which the assailants — after shooting our son — panicked, immediately ran and abandoned Seth's personal belongings. We have seen no evidence, by any person at any time, that Seth's murder had any connection to his job at the Democratic National Committee or his life in politics. Anyone who claims to have such evidence is either concealing it from us or lying."



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