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Police involved with Strike Force Tippet investigated drug delivery when they discovered an alleged money laundering syndicate that deposited large sums of money with financial institutions that were returned to the criminal underworld or transferred around the world

Fifth person is charged for $ 100 million money laundering plan – because it seizes bundles of banknotes that must be shipped around the world

  • The fifth person has been charged with an alleged money laundering syndicate
  • The 31-year-old was arrested and charged at the police station of Parramatta
  • The police claim that he has deposited large sums of money with financial institutions
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A fifth person has been charged with an alleged money laundering syndicate of $ 100 million.

The police involved with Strike Force Tippet investigated drug delivery when they discovered an alleged money laundering syndicate that deposited large sums of money with financial institutions that were returned to the criminal underworld or transferred around the world.

A 31-year-old man was arrested on Thursday at 3 p.m. and charged at the Parramatta police station.

Police involved with Strike Force Tippet investigated drug delivery when they discovered an alleged money laundering syndicate that deposited large sums of money with financial institutions that were returned to the criminal underworld or transferred around the world

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Police involved with Strike Force Tippet investigated drug delivery when they discovered an alleged money laundering syndicate that deposited large sums of money with financial institutions that were returned to the criminal underworld or transferred around the world

Gagandeep Pahwa (photo), who is the leader according to police, and a 29-year-old employee were arrested in his location - Assured Protection Services - in Guildford West on July 11

Gagandeep Pahwa (photo), who is the leader according to police, and a 29-year-old employee were arrested in his location - Assured Protection Services - in Guildford West on July 11

Gagandeep Pahwa (photo), who is the leader according to police, and a 29-year-old employee were arrested in his location – Assured Protection Services – in Guildford West on July 11

He was charged with knowingly handling crime proceeds with the intention of hiding more than $ 100 million and participating in and contributing to criminal activities.

Researchers will claim that he has deposited large sums of money with various financial institutions in New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia and sent it to China.

Allegedly he made nine journeys in one day, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

On December 17, 2018, the man would have made four deposits in one day – one of $ 45,000, one of $ 55,000 and two of $ 75,000

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The man was refused the bail and will reappear on Monday in the local court of Parramatta.

The man was one of the five people arrested in recent weeks for the alleged syndicate.

Gagandeep Pahwa, who claims that the police are the leader, and a 29-year-old employee were arrested at his location – Assured Protection Services – in Guildford West on July 11.

The 30-year-old girlfriend of Pahwa was arrested in their house on the same day.

The police claim that the syndicate has sent the money back to the criminal underworld in four years or has transferred it abroad.

A fifth person - a 31-year-old - was arrested on Thursday at 3 p.m. and charged with the police station in Parramatta
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A fifth person - a 31-year-old - was arrested on Thursday at 3 p.m. and charged with the police station in Parramatta

A fifth person – a 31-year-old – was arrested on Thursday at 3 p.m. and charged with the police station in Parramatta

& # 39; It was a semi-legitimate company, but the primary function (was) to act as a front for the money laundering operation, & # 39; said NSW police inspector chief inspector Nick Read, according to Nine news.

Cash counters, $ 400,000 in case, computers and designer jewelry were seized during the search.

Pahwa & # 39; s car was also seized because the police believe it was purchased using the proceeds of crime.

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A fourth person, 30, was arrested earlier this month at Sydney International Airport.

The 30-year-old girlfriend of Pahwa was arrested in their house on the same day

The 30-year-old girlfriend of Pahwa was arrested in their house on the same day

The 30-year-old girlfriend of Pahwa was arrested in their house on the same day

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