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Craigslist Los Angles

Craigslist’s fake ad robbers held in Los Angeles
There are lots of cases regarding craigslist scamming. Fake ads are cheating the visitors and they are facing lots of problems. A person wanted to buy an iphone while two robbers were suspected. Each of them held $100,000 when they were arrested from Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Temple Station. The victim who wants to purchase iphone agreed to pay $500 and they decided to meet at Las Tunas Drive in Temple City. When robbers and purchaser reached at decided place, the actual story begins. Robbers pointed out a gun on man and asking for all money. The victim ran away after giving all money to them. He was deceived by fake ad that was appeared on Craigslist Los Angeles. Sheriff’s Asian Gang Team investigated the whole event and reached to robber’s home. He was entering to home with another man on a vehicle. Police stopped the vehicle and found handgun that was used to rob the iphone purchaser. They also found the other things as well. The name of the robber was So and he was arrested. He was charged with robbery and his companion Helstrom was also punished. Authorities also asked them about other robberies and they confess many of them.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/02/craigslist-robbery.html

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/

 
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