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Man is arrested after making three victims in ‘false shipping’ in MS and SC

Cell phones seized during the execution of an arrest warrant at the criminal's home.  (Disclosure/Defurv)

In addition to committing the crime in Joinville, the author made two victims in the Capital on April 8 and 9 this year.

Cell phones seized during the execution of an arrest warrant at the criminal’s home. (Disclosure/Defurv)

A 31-year-old man was arrested this morning (13) on a temporary arrest warrant after committing the crime of false shipping three times. One of them in Joinville, Santa Catarina.

According to Defurv (Specialized Police Station in Repression of Vehicle Robbery and Theft), against the man there was a temporary arrest warrant and two search and seizure warrants in Campo Grande.

The accused is also investigated by the Criminal Investigation Division of Joinville (DIC), for being part of a criminal association specializing in the practice of the crime known as false shipping, which is theft increased by the concurrence of people, restriction of the victim’s freedom.

In addition to committing the crime in the neighboring state, the author made two victims in the Capital on April 8 and 9 this year.

A search and seizure warrant was also carried out at the accused’s home where two cell phones were seized. The house of his 38-year-old aunt was also targeted by the police. There they seized two cell phones and a notebook computer. The aunt is responsible for renting vehicles used by the author to go to Santa Catarina to commit the crimes.

The crime of “False Shipping” consists of hiring a driver with a truck by a “false company” to transport a certain load from one place to another. When the driver arrives at the place scheduled to receive the cargo, he is surrendered, doped and sent to captivity, where he is kept until the subtracted truck is transported to one of the neighboring countries, Paraguay or Bolivia.

Investigations continue through the Police Inquiry. Any complaint can be made by calling 3309-8020.

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