Man jailed over car defects racket
After a two-month trial on charges including money laundering and car theft, Hulshin was sentenced in the southern Japanese town of Iwate on Wednesday to 12 years in prison. He was one of three people sentenced by a court in Iwate in March on the same charges.
Japanese police on July 11 stopped the two-wheelers, which were driven by four men, but on오피e of the men fled the scene. It was determined that all of the five men involved in the scam had also been fined and handed fines of 600,000 로투스바카라yen ($73,000) each in separate separate cases over the past two months, according to court documents.
The other three are Hulshin, a 48-year-old resident of the capital, Osaka, as well as one 39-year-old man. Police did not say which of the three men was in custody.
A car was seen coming off the highway after the police stopped the men’s van at the entrance to Iwate, but the man was apprehended at a hospital at the rear of the highway and brought to the courtroom, acco더나인 카지노rding to Kyodo News.
The judge in the case of a 24-year-old motorist sentenced to 7½ years in prison for allegedly selling counterfeit tires also said he had ordered a criminal investigation in response to the latest charges.
Hulshin and three of the other defendants were part of a group of people who stole at least 1,700 fake tires from dealers in Osaka between 2010 and 2014, Kyodo News reports.
According to a law designed to combat fraud, anyone convicted of a fraud committed outside Japan can serve more than five years in prison and fines of 3 million yen ($250,000). However, Japanese courts are unable to determine whether or not a case actually ended in conviction before they issue the sentence.