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SALT LAKE CITY — As investigators took Jorge Miguel Salcido-Coronado, 25, into custody, they commented on the nice house and vehicle he had, and asked about how well his illegal pirating CD and DVD business was doing.
"He said, 'I make so much money I don't have time to count it. I just enjoy it. I'm so rich,'" said Ken Wallentine, the Utah Attorney General Office's chief of law enforcement.
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Over the past week, the A.G.'s SECURE Strike Force, which is dedicated to working major crimes committed by illegal immigrants, made several significant, and in some cases unique busts in what has become a very lucrative business in creating fake legal documents and pirated CDs and DVDs.
"It's not that Natalie Portman misses out on a little bit of a royalty. The distribution company loses out. The employees lose out. The trucking company that brings (DVDs) to Utah loses out. The Walmart that sells the DVDs loses out. And most importantly, we all lose out because of tax revenue," Wallentine said. "There's a huge profit."
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Tulsa Latest Latest Fox23 Videos Videos News News Tulsa The string of busts began with Coronado on Feb. 24. Investigators said he was running an extremely lucrative DVD and CD pirating business out of his home in Magna. He was so brazen about his operation that he had a sign in full view placed in his car vehicle, written in Spanish, advertising his business, Wallentine said.
After obtaining a search warrant, investigators found a high-quality replicating machine for burning CDs and DVDs, as well as meth — which Coronado told agents he only used on weekends to help him come up with "creative ideas" to make money, according to Wallentine.
Pirating DVDs and CDs is a "very significantly impacting economic crime," he said. In Los Angeles, illegal DVDs and CDs cost the city an estimated $2 billion a year, he said.
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The arrests continued Tuesday night when four people, who had ties to an established street gang in Utah, were arrested in a separate operation for allegedly delivering fake IDs to illegal immigrants.
"It's the first time we've seen a violent street gang in this business," Wallentine said, adding that he believes it's something law enforcers will start seeing more of.Australia The News Latest Advertiser And South Adelaide rFPFRqwX
"The gang bangers are saying, 'Why should someone else be making money off this? We already have distribution guys for drugs and weapons. We should be setting up for fake IDs.'"
Franco E. Torres-Yanez, 25, was arrested for investigation of racketeering and forgery. He also had six outstanding warrants. Investigators say Yanez is an illegal immigrant from Argentina.
News Fox23 Latest Latest Tulsa News Tulsa Videos Videos Julio Escutia-Rojas, 21, David Herrera-Gomez, 56, and Escutia (no other name given), 20, all from Mexico, were arrested for investigation of a variety of charges including possession of drug paraphernalia, giving false information to police, concealed weapons violations and forgery. Rojas and Gomez also face aggravated re-entry into the United States charges.
"These are genuine hardcore bad guys," Wallentine said.
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Videos News Tulsa Latest Tulsa Latest Fox23 Videos News On Wednesday, the strike force shut down a "high-tech fake identification mill" in Layton in a separate operation.
"He was printing off some really high-quality stuff. Clearly this guy was doing better than anybody we've seen," Wallentine said.
The alleged mastermind behind the operation, according to law enforcers, was Victor Zarco-Hernandez, 22. Investigators say he invested in high-end laptops, downloaded the right software, and was allegedly making a lot of money for producing fake IDs and documents.
News Videos Latest News Videos Latest Tulsa Fox23 Tulsa Hernandez was unique for a couple of reasons, Wallentine said. He had allegedly set up a network of "runners" who would drive to several parts of the state, collect a picture and money from the person wanting the fake documents, and then deliver the fake IDs once they were completed.
When officers searched Hernandez's house, they said they found about 100 completed orders ready for distribution and another list of 100 names on a waiting list. Each order cost $300 and included a fake Social Security card, a fake Mexican Consular ID and a fake driver's license. Some of the licenses were from states other than Utah, said Wallentine.
What also made Hernandez's operation unique was that he was allegedly printing fake trade licenses, something Wallentine's office had never seen.
"Now you can use a fake ID to get a higher paying job," he said.
That's a problem that affects all Utah residents, not just a certain population, Wallentine said.
"Do you want your house wired by a guy who has (an electrician's license) who says he's licensed when in fact you don't know if he has any clue when he pulls wires through your house?"
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Videos News Videos Latest News Latest Tulsa Tulsa Fox23 Computers, printers, a laminating machine and high-quality blank printing stock were seized along with Mexican consular ID cards, driver licenses from Utah and other states, Social Security cards, electrician licenses and two guns.
Hernandez, 22, was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail for investigation of numerous felony charges, including racketeering. Judging from his house, vehicle and the number of orders he was allegedly processing, investigators believe he was running an extremely lucrative business.
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Caesar Hernandez Barajas, 36, and Juan Ramon Garcia Negrete, 20, were arrested Wednesday night in Provo in connection with the Layton operation. Both undocumented residents were booked into the Utah County Jail for investigation of forgery of government documents.
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News Tulsa Videos Latest Tulsa Videos Fox23 Latest News "How do you think we find out about (these people who were arrested)? It's undocumented people scared in their community and scared for the children in their community," he said. "There's a tremendous network of people who are just like you and me who are concerned about the crime down the street. If it were not for the tremendous cooperation from the undocumented community, we wouldn't know who is committing these crimes."Bitcoin 2019 without Anonymously Complete Id Buying Guide The In R7qgw44dxU
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