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Former New Jersey Auto Shop Owners Indicted for Trafficking Stolen Parts

Owners of Capital City Collision and Arena Auto sales in Trenton "knowingly received or purchased stolen vehicles and parts."

According to a report from The Times of Trenton, two former owners of two collision repair and automotive repair shops have been indicted on charges of trafficking stolen automobile parts.

The Times reported that Fermin Ortiz and Judy Perez, owners of Capital City Collision and Arena Auto Sales in Trenton, New Jersey, “knowingly received or purchased stolen vehicles and parts.” They each were charged with operating a facility for the sale of stolen automobiles or parts, a second-degree charge, and receiving stolen property, a third-degree charge. They each also face a charge of knowingly initiating, organizing the financing of or supervising the trafficking in stolen property with a value over $500.


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