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FBI Busts Nationwide Catalytic Converter Theft Ring, Including Several Arrests In New Jersey


Federal agents confiscated more than 200 pallets of catalytic converters, more than $2 million worth of exotic automobiles, more than $1 million cash, 29 ounces of gold bars, jewelry and several.

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Federal agents served search warrants Wednesday morning at several places, including DG Auto Parts in Holmdel, New Jersey, which is based in a luxury $1.7 million home.

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The US Department of Justice said many stolen converters were sold to DG Auto Parts LLC of Freehold, New Jersey, which allegedly sold precious metal powders it extracted from the devices through a.

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Beginning around October 2019 and continuing until last month, according to the indictment, stolen catalytic converters were shipped from Sacramento to New Jersey, and payments were sent via wire transfer from DG Auto to the Vangs' business, including several in excess of $100,000.

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According to court documents, the defendants pleading guilty today operated an unlicensed business from their residence in Sacramento where they bought stolen catalytic converters from local thieves and shipped them to DG Auto Parts LLC (DG Auto) in New Jersey for processing. They sold over $38 million in stolen catalytic converters to DG Auto.

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The U.S. Department of Justice said many stolen converters were sold to DG Auto Parts LLC of Freehold, New Jersey, which allegedly sold precious metal powders it extracted from the devices through.

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FBI Newark. A New Jersey business knowingly trafficked catalytic converters stolen from around the country in a scheme that netted more than $545 million in illicit gains, federal authorities said.

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According to court documents, together the defendants bought stolen catalytic converters from thieves on the street, then re-sold and shipped them to DG Auto in New Jersey for processing. Over the course of the conspiracy, defendant Tyler James Curtis received over $13 million in wired funds from DG Auto for the shipment of catalytic converters.

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The family shipped them to DG Auto in New Jersey which made $600 million from extracting the precious platinum, palladium and rhodium inside and selling them to a metal refinery

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The DOJ said brothers Tou Sue Vang and Andrew Vang, along with Monica Moua, allegedly sold over $38 million in stolen catalytic converters to DG Auto in New Jersey.

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According to court documents, together the defendants bought stolen catalytic converters from thieves on the street, then re-sold and shipped them to DG Auto in New Jersey for processing. Over the course of the conspiracy, defendant Tyler James Curtis received over $13 million in wired funds from DG Auto for the shipment of catalytic converters.

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Fifteen of the defendants are accused of buying catalytic converters from local thieves and shipping them to DG Auto in New Jersey. Six people of DG Auto are accused of buying the stolen parts and.

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The family shipped them to DG Auto in New Jersey which made $600 million from extracting the precious platinum, palladium and rhodium inside and selling them to a metal refinery, according to.

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In that case, DG Auto Parts LLC, based in New Jersey, purchased stolen converters and sold them to a metal refinery for "over $545 million," the Department of Justice said.

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The indictment noted "thousands of pounds" of the converters that were shipped to DG Auto, including 300 from Toyota Prius cars. DG Auto operated out of multiple locations in New Jersey.

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These folks then shipped them to the company DG Auto in New Jersey and made over $38 million from the scheme. The DOJ indictment includes people from DG Auto. The company allegedly knowingly.