Day: December 19, 2018

Two L.A. Fashion District Executives and Their Import-Export Company Sentenced in Scheme to Launder Money for Drug Cartels

            LOS ANGELES – Morad “Ben” Neman and Hersel Neman – the owners and top executives of Pacific Eurotex Corp., an import-export textile company based in the Los Angeles Fashion District – each received federal prison sentences today for their roles in a “Black Market Peso Exchange” scheme to launder money for international drug cartels.             Morad …

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Credit Union Employee Found Guilty of Fraudulently Obtaining Lines of Credit Worth over $2.7 Million for Her Online Boyfriend

              LOS ANGELES – An Orange County woman who used her position at a Hawthorne-based credit union to secretly open more than 25 fraudulent lines of credit for her online boyfriend, extending more than $2.7 million in credit to him, has been found guilty of 15 federal charges, including fraud and conspiracy. Indira Mohabir, 42, of …

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