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Noticias sobre billetes falsos, falsificaciones,....

Noticias sobre billetes falsos, falsificaciones,....
I cut and pasted numbers of lottery decimals that coincided with the winners
 
BADAJOZ, 12 Aug. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Civil Guard arrests a neighbor of Castuera for charging counterfeit lottery tickets

   The Civil Guard has arrested a neighbor from the town of Castuera, accused of charging in the towns of Guarroman (Jaén) and Guadix (Granada), the amount of two lottery tickets he had forged.

    As reported by the Civil Guard in a press release, the facts were detected on July 13 in the town of Guarroman (Jaén) when a person delivered to an authorized seller of the lottery administration of the locality, five decimos national lottery with the object of collecting the winners with 100 euros each.

   This individual received the amount of the prizes with money in cash and with other sayings of lottery, but later, when the seller was to deliver the said in the lottery administration, he verified that they were false.

   The alleged perpetrator of the forgery had cut and pasted the number 8 of other tenths of lotteries coinciding with the winning number number 60822, as well as the serial number.

   With the information obtained and description of the alleged perpetrator, it was found out that this scam was also committed in previous dates in the town of Guadix in Granada.

After the investigations, descriptions and data provided by the Civil Guard of the posts of the localities where the scams were committed, the Civil Guard of Castuera located and stopped last Tuesday the presumed author, who was recognized by his victims, and who is accused of forgery of official document and scams.

   It should be remembered that this individual has more than 20 arrests for similar crimes in different Spanish provinces, and the proceedings were made available to the Courts of Castuera.
 
Orihuela, Elche July 2010

Agents of the National Police and the Local of Orihuela have arrested four people, one of them minors, accused of "placing" counterfeit bills of 100 euros in several stores in this town and the municipality of Elche, according to police sources.

In the same operation have been intervened 1,400 euros in counterfeit bills, as well as a high-end convertible vehicle, various effects allegedly acquired illegally with these tickets and 715 euros of legal tender in cash.

Those arrested are three French citizens and one of Algerian nationality. They were captured after shopkeepers gave the alarm

Agents of the National Police, together with the Local Police of Orihuela, have arrested a total of four people, one of them minors, who allegedly made purchases with fake 100 euro bills in various shops in Orihuela and Elche, according to informed in a statement the Provincial Police Station of Alicante.

The four people now detained, three of them of French nationality and one of Algerian nationality, were allegedly engaged in selling counterfeit 100 euro notes in commercial establishments in Orihuela and Elche.

The events occurred when employees of a commercial establishment in Orihuela suspected the authenticity of a 100 euro bill, with which a couple of French citizens intended to pay a piece of clothing at a cost of 14.95 euros.

For this reason, they alerted the security guards of the center, who detained the aforementioned couple and two other people who were in the vicinity and who supposedly participated with the couple.

Thus, the security guards alerted the police services, who identified them and intervened the counterfeit 100 euro bill with which they tried to make the purchase.

Subsequently, the police inspected the high-end vehicle, a BMW, in which the now detained were traveling, locating in their interior, hidden in the arm rests, another 13 fake 100-euro banknotes, as well as several bags of clothes from different establishments. of Orihuela and Elche. After this fact, the agents located the shops where they had bought with counterfeit bills.

Those now detained were brought before the courts and the three persons of legal age were sentenced to prison, while the minor was placed at the disposal of the Office of the Minors of Alicante


VALENCIA, 19 (EUROPA PRESS)

Agents of the National Police have dismantled an organized group dedicated to the falsification of fifty euros bills that they intended to introduce into the economic circuit through small shops and gas stations.

In the operation, eight people have been arrested, all of them residents in different locations in the Valencian Community, who also trafficked in drugs, the police said Monday in a statement.
In total, seven registrations have been carried out and a printing press for the falsification of banknotes and a clandestine marijuana plantation has been dismantled. The agents have confiscated about 28,000 euros in counterfeit 50 notes. Also, in one of the homes they had a marijuana plantation.

At the end of last year, an investigation was initiated after detecting the circulation of 50-euro counterfeit banknotes in the Valencian Community. The investigations carried out allowed the agents to identify and arrest those responsible for preparing the copies, a group of Spanish citizens residing in various locations in the province of Valencia.

In the registry practiced in the address of the one considered as printer of the tickets were found the necessary tools to elaborate the falsifications. They located several bills in the process of production and a large quantity of ink cartridges used for printing them. Among those arrested is also one of the main distributors of the counterfeit currency. Around 12,000 euros were intervened at his home, ready to be put into circulation.

Among the criminal activities of the detainees was also the trafficking of narcotics, both cocaine and marijuana. In another of the records the agents found a marijuana plantation with 91 branches of the plant in the process of drying, as well as different tools for its cultivation and maintenance.
Seven detonation and gas guns have also been confiscated.

The operation has been carried out jointly by the Investigation Brigade of the Bank of Spain of the General Commissariat of the Judicial Police and by the Provincial Brigade of the Judicial Police of Valencia.
 
 
 
A band falls in Son Gotleu dedicated to the thymus of tinted tickets to businessmen
Among the detainees were three Nigerian nationals and one Spanish
J. Bastida | 2/13/2010

Agents of the UDYCO, (Unit of Drugs and Organized Crime) of the National Police Body, proceeded to the complete dismantling of an important Nigerian band dedicated to the thymus of the tinted tickets.
During the operation, called 'Bitumen', the police proceeded to arrest four people: Dreams Y.M., a 27-year-old Nigerian, alias 'the cards'; Wilson David A., 27-year-old Nigerian, alias 'el fred'; Kingsley Y., Nigerian 27 years old and finally Pedro A.P., 39 years old and Spanish nationality.
Investigation
According to the police investigation, Nigerians attracted the attention of Mallorcan businessmen, especially from the area of ​​Santa Ponça and Marratxí. With the excuse of a false interest in the purchase of real estate, they later tried to cheat them by using the tinted banknote method.
To give greater credibility to the story, the criminals posed as UN diplomats and even one of them said that he was part of the Government of Côte d'Ivoire. In this way, the members of the band tried to win the confidence of the businessmen and get them to give them 30,000 euros as an advance to get their country a safe with tinted tickets worth two million euros.
During the searches carried out in Palma, a safe was confiscated, 13 packages of fake 500-euro bills, 3 packages of fake 100-euro bills, a 'miraculous liquid' pot that supposedly turned the paper into banknotes and several mobiles. Yesterday, the judge decided to release the detainees with charges.

Stop a vehicle with drugs and fake bills in La Jonquera
 

The Mossos d'Esquadra stopped this Sunday in La Jonquera a vehicle in which they found 320.70 grams of cocaine and 15.79 grams of heroin, in addition to 13 counterfeit 50 euro notes, according to the aforementioned police body.
 
EUROPE PRESS. 06/15/2010

The events occurred around 7.30 am in a drug and alcohol control at kilometer 773.5 of the N-II road, when they stopped a car with a driver and a co-pilot who they saw hiding a handbag.
They found the drug in the bag and arrested Yacouba F., 30 years old and neighbor of Franqueses del Vallès (Barcelona) as alleged perpetrator of a crime of drug trafficking and another counterfeit currency, as he carried 29 50-euro bills , of which 13 were fake.
The driver tested positive for the BAC, so the vehicle was immobilized and the consequent administrative complaint was processed.
The detainee, who has no history, went on Monday at the disposal of the acting court guard Figueres, which decreed his entry into prison.

 VALENCIA, Jul 19 (EUROPA PRESS) -
€ 28,000 intervened
Police dismantle in Valencia a group that falsify tickets

 Agents of the National Police have dismantled an organized group dedicated to the falsification of fifty euros bills that they intended to introduce into the economic circuit through small shops and gas stations.
   In the operation, eight people have been arrested, all of them residents in different locations in the Valencian Community, who also trafficked in drugs, the police said Monday in a statement.
   In total, seven registrations have been carried out and a printing press for the falsification of banknotes and a clandestine marijuana plantation has been dismantled. The agents have confiscated about 28,000 euros in counterfeit 50 notes. Also, in one of the homes they had a marijuana plantation.
   At the end of last year, an investigation was initiated after detecting the circulation of 50-euro counterfeit banknotes in the Valencian Community. The investigations carried out allowed the agents to identify and arrest those responsible for preparing the copies, a group of Spanish citizens residing in various locations in the province of Valencia.
   In the registry practiced in the address of the one considered as printer of the tickets were found the necessary tools to elaborate the falsifications. They located several bills in the process of production and a large quantity of ink cartridges used for printing them. Among those arrested is also one of the main distributors of the counterfeit currency. Around 12,000 euros were intervened at his home, ready to be put into circulation.
   Among the criminal activities of the detainees was also the trafficking of narcotics, both cocaine and marijuana. In another of the records the agents found a marijuana plantation with 91 branches of the plant in the process of drying, as well as different tools for its cultivation and maintenance. Seven detonation and gas guns have also been confiscated.
   The operation has been carried out jointly by the Investigation Brigade of the Bank of Spain of the General Commissariat of the Judicial Police and by the Provincial Brigade of the Judicial Police of Valencia.
 
 ALICANTE, Jul 26 (EUROPA PRESS) -
 
they cheated 300,000 euros in four months
20 arrested in Alicante and Murcia for fraud and counterfeit bills
 
   The National Police has arrested 20 people in Alicante and Murcia, who were swindling entrepreneurs by the 'Wash-Wash' method, that is, those now detained using black cards that mixed with bills in legal tender acquired the qualities of banknotes Authentic, as reported Monday in a statement the Provincial Police National Police in Alicante.
   The investigation began four months ago by the Provincial Brigade of the Judicial Police of Alicante, having knowledge of an organized group dedicated to the commission of scams through the modality of 'Wash-Wash' or 'Destinte of the black cards'. The agents calculate that the scam amounts to a total of 300,000 euros in the last four months.
   This method consists of capturing the 'client' to those who show, in a proof-demonstration, the way in which black cards, mixed with legal tender notes provided by the victim, acquired the qualities of authentic notes, after a laborious chemical process .
   EMPLOYERS WITH "CLEAR ECONOMIC SOLVENCY"
   Thus, the scammers captured the victims, almost always Spanish businessmen with "clear economic solvency", who convinced them to participate with an important amount of money with the intention of exchanging those bills with black cards that theyto contribute, in order to obtain a huge amount of money to be distributed among the parties. The scammers made businessmen believe that they were dealing with a wealthy person from a sub-Saharan country with great economic availability, persecuted politically in their country and they even told them that they were children of a minister of their country and took out the money inked in diplomatic bag not to be detected. In this way, the criminals managed to defraud 30,000 euros to a citizen of Alicante, estimating the total damage caused, by about 300,000 euros in the last four months. In addition, the dismantled group duplicated credit cards used by tourists in hotels in Nigeria, duplications that were subsequently used fraudulently in establishments in Alicante, Valencia, Murcia, Almería, Lleida and Seville. DETENTIONS The police investigation led to the arrest of the two main responsible for the band in the town of Sant Vicent del Raspeig (Alicante) and Alicante. The now detainees used a high-end vehicle for their travel, a car that had been paid in cash with money obtained from a scam. After these two arrests, the National Police arrested two other people, one of them living in La Algaba (Seville) and the other in Benidorm (Alicante), who wanted to carry out a test-demonstration of the tinted banknotes. Thus, agents of the Provincial Brigade of the Judicial Police of Alicante and Murcia, as well as members of the Provincial Security Brigade of Alicante, stopped in the vicinity of their homes of several members of the band. In particular, there was an arrest in Sant Vicent del Raspeig, eight in Alicante and nine in the province of Murcia. In addition, during the police operation, six house searches were made, in which various chemical products were intervened, several hundred black paper cuttings, three laptops, a printer and a modem, as well as different computer equipment, a detector of fake banknotes, thirty mobile phones and numerous documents related to scams and forgeries. Those now detained are of different nationalities, specifically, ten from Cameroon, three from Nigeria, three from Spain, two from Equatorial Guinea, one from Gambia and one from Côte d'Ivoire, all of them based in the provinces of Alicante and Murcia. The detainees, eleven with background, have been placed at the disposal of the Courts of Instruction of Alicante, Sant Vicent del Raspeig and Murcia. The judges have decreed the entry into prison of the most responsible.
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