Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-05-28 13:44:00 –
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –According to arrest reports, a Las Vegas metropolitan police officer reportedly demanded certain items from his sister, who was part of an organized retail thief.
Samuelito Quijano Jr. was arrested on May 21 in connection with a thief and was guilty of joining an organized retail thief, robbery, burglary, and conspiracy to buy / possess / receive stolen goods. I am being asked.
According to arrest reports, nine suspects were nominated as members of an organized thief, including Sam Elite’s sister Christine Kihano and another relative, Ranjit Kihano. It was discovered after a lengthy investigation of retail theft at multiple retailers around the Las Vegas Valley, including Home Depot, Loews, Costco, Sam’s Club, Target, and Wal-Mart.
According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police arrest report, organized thieves were targeting home improvement stores for two months before the suspect was arrested.
LVMPD obtained a phone record from the suspect, which contained a text message between Christine and Sam Elite. According to the arrest report, Sam Elite will ask Christine for certain items, including photographs. Christine and Sam Elite discussed the price of the item, and Christine said that Sam Elite would be charged a 25% commission on the item and that Christine would maintain at least 65% of the item’s face value. According to arrest reports, Sam Elite was particularly looking for Loews gazebos, IKEA furniture, other patio furniture, and household items such as sofas and blenders.
According to the arrest report, Sam Elite sent an email to his sister, saying, “I don’t care. Unless you get caught, it’s up to you.” “Unless I’m involved.”
Police have recovered some stolen goods from Sam Elite’s home, including patio furniture, two iPads, and a desktop computer. Police estimated the value of these items to exceed $ 2,000, according to the report.
According to court records, Sam Elito was granted bail on the condition that he did not contact the co-defendant and agreed to the oversight. The next trial date was set on June 21st.
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