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February 2011 News about fake Euro notes

February 2011 News about fake Euro notes
  Dismantled a group that falsified tickets in Madrid
MADRID, 16 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Agents of the Civil Guard assigned to the Judicial Police Team of Collado Villalba and in the Research Area of ​​the Galapagar Post have dismantled a group, made up of eight people, specialized in counterfeiting and distributing counterfeit currency in localities of the northwest of the Community of Madrid.
  
As reported by the Benemérita, the operation 'Castilla', which had its origin in January 2010, was aimed at arresting people who distributed counterfeit currency in small shops and shopping centers in Galapagar and other nearby towns.
  
In all the cases, the delinquents bought a good of little value, paying with tickets of a face value very superior to the cost that they wanted to realize, to also obtain an economic benefit of their swindle.
  
The data provided by the victims who reported to the Civil Guard were sufficient for the identification of one of the criminals, from which the investigation of the operation began.
  
In the course of the 12 months that the operation lasted, the Civil Guard agents identified the rest of those involved in the crimes, in addition to locating the floors from which the tickets were falsified.
  
The investigations ended when the plot was unraveled that the now detained had concocted: while two of them only engaged in the manufacture of counterfeit notes, the other six were responsible for distributing and making purchases after acquiring them to counterfeiters.
  
With the pertinent judicial authorization, the agents of the Civil Guard registered the six houses, located in Galapagar, Colmenarejo, Becerril of the Mountain range and Torrejón de Ardoz, in which numerous tests were found that united definitively to the investigated ones with the committed crimes.
  
Thanks to the operation, the Civil Guard has been able to seize a gun with the numbering erased and numerous cartridges of different calibers; 35,000 fake euros in bills of 200, 50, 20, 10 and 5 euros; and the computer equipment necessary to carry out the forgeries.
  
They were also able to seize several fraudulent identity documents, so it is suspected that in addition to money they could have falsified this type of documentation.
  
The eight detainees, three of them Spaniards, four Moroccans and one Guinean, between 22 and 48 years old, have entered the Madrid V Penitentiary Center, in Soto del Real, by order of the Judicial Authority.
Dismantled a group that falsified tickets in Madrid
MADRID, 16 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Agents of the Civil Guard assigned to the Judicial Police Team of Collado Villalba and in the Research Area of ​​the Galapagar Post have dismantled a group, made up of eight people, specialized in counterfeiting and distributing counterfeit currency in localities of the northwest of the Community of Madrid.
  
As reported by the Benemérita, the operation 'Castilla', which had its origin in January 2010, was aimed at arresting people who distributed counterfeit currency in small shops and shopping centers in Galapagar and other nearby towns.
  
In all the cases, the delinquents bought a good of little value, paying with tickets of a face value very superior to the cost that they wanted to realize, to also obtain an economic benefit of their swindle.
  
The data provided by the victims who reported to the Civil Guard were sufficient for the identification of one of the criminals, from which the investigation of the operation began.
  
In the course of the 12 months that the operation lasted, the Civil Guard agents identified the rest of those involved in the crimes, in addition to locating the floors from which the tickets were falsified.
  
The investigations ended when the plot was unraveled that the now detained had concocted: while two of them only engaged in the manufacture of counterfeit notes, the other six were responsible for distributing and making purchases after acquiring them to counterfeiters.
  
With the pertinent judicial authorization, the agents of the Civil Guard registered the six houses, located in Galapagar, Colmenarejo, Becerril of the Mountain range and Torrejón de Ardoz, in which numerous tests were found that united definitively to the investigated ones with the committed crimes.
  
Thanks to the operation, the Civil Guard has been able to seize a gun with the numbering erased and numerous cartridges of different calibers; 35,000 fake euros in bills of 200, 50, 20, 10 and 5 euros; and the computer equipment necessary to carry out the forgeries.
  
They were also able to seize several fraudulent identity documents, so it is suspected that in addition to money they could have falsified this type of documentation.
  
The eight detainees, three of them Spaniards, four Moroccans and one Guinean, between 22 and 48 years old, have entered the Madrid V Penitentiary Center, in Soto del Real, by order of the Judicial Authority.
IN AYAMONTE (HUELVA)
Intervened 3,700 euros in counterfeit bills
HUELVA, 5 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
 
Agents of the post of Ayamonte (Huelva) and the Judicial Police Team based in that town, belonging to the Civil Guard Command of Huelva, have proceeded to the arrest of LMRB, 24 years old and resident of Huelva, as alleged perpetrator of a crime of counterfeiting of currency having intercepted 3,700 euros in counterfeit bills.
  
In a statement, the Benemérita said that this happened on the morning of Tuesday, when a Citizen Security patrol of the Civil Guard Post of Ayamonte detected a suspicious vehicle on the Avenida Mayor Narciso Martín. In this way, when they went to identify the driver of the aforementioned vehicle, a Renault Mégane model in black, L.M.R.B. He fled the place, leaving the car abandoned.
  
Before the behavior of the driver, the agents proceeded to inspect the vehicle, finding in its interior a significant amount of one hundred euro bills, which turned out to be false and amounted to a total of 3,700 euros.
  
In addition, the Armed Institute notified the Ayamonte Judicial Police team, who continued with the investigation in order to identify the fleeing man, who turned out to be the usual driver of the car, although he had previously filed a complaint for theft of the vehicle in the post of the Civil Guard of Palos de la Frontera (Huelva). After identification, the Civil Guard proceeded to its location and arrest.
  
In the same way, the agents have instructed the corresponding proceedings that, together with the detainee, have been made available to the Ayamonte Guardian's Court of Instruction.
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