Twenty-nine people were charged by the N.J. Attorney General last week following the takedown of a major international carjacking and stolen car trafficking ring. The ring stole luxury cars in New Jersey and New York and shipped the cars to West Africa where they were resold for large profits. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), along with multi-agency teams, arrested 23 people last week on racketeering, carjacking, and money laundering charges. Six fugitives remain at large.
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