Seventeen Police Officers Arrested in Kickback Scheme

Seventeen police officers and the owners of the Majestic Auto Repair Shop have been arrested in an extortion scheme involving thousands of dollars of kickbacks from towing cases.

The officers are accused of illegally steering car accident victims to the Majestic Auto Repair shop for kickbacks. The federal complaint below details how victims were directed to the shop for towing and repairs with officers received $300 per vehicle, which seems a sizable amount that was presumably passed on to the victims through inflated costs. One officer reportedly made top salesman with a take of $14,000 over two years.

Here is the list of accused officers:

Hernan Alexis Moreno Mejia (Moreno), age 30, of Rosedale; Moreno’s brother, Edwin Javier Mejia, age 27, of Middle River; Eddy Arias, age 39, of Catonsville; Eric Ivan Ayala Olivera, age 35, of Edgewood; Rodney Cintron, age 31, of Middle River; Jhonn S. Corona, age 32, of Rosedale; Michael Lee Cross, age 28, of Reisterstown; Jerry Edward Diggs, Jr., age 24, of Baltimore; Rafael Concepcion Feliciano Jr., age 30, of Baltimore; Jaime Luis Lugo Rivera, age 35, of Aberdeen; Kelvin Quade Manrich, age 41, of Gwynn Oak; Luis Nunez, age 33, of Baltimore; Samuel Ocasio, age 35, of Edgewood; David Reeping, age 41, of Baltimore; Jermaine Rice, age 28, of Owings Mills; Leonel Rodriguez Torres, age 31, of Edgewood; Marcos Fernando Urena, age 33, of Baltimore; Osvaldo Valentine, age 38, of Edgewood; and Henry Yambo, age 28, of Reisterstown.

Here is the majesticcomplaintaffidavit

Source: CBS

56 thoughts on “Seventeen Police Officers Arrested in Kickback Scheme

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    And I find you are completely full of shit, Brian. Because quite the opposite is true: by disabusing your antisocial and anti-civilization ideas, I’m not seeking to protect my trained field of expertise or even myself. I’m seeking to protect you from yourself and anyone who might take what you say about adversity seriously. Your intentions are irrelevant given the raw dangerous and tyranny inducing nature of your idea.

    Again, your postulate about the a value of legal dispute resolution via adversarial due process is both irrational and destructive as

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    Not everyone who tells you that you are wrong is your enemy or wishes you harm.

    You are simply wrong, both logically and factually, and in your mistake you formulated an idea that is inherently dangerous to society. It is your 1st Amendment right to be wrong in your message. It is my 1st Amendment right to challenge your message. If you don’t like that? Set up your own blog to peddle your destructive nonsense. I promise I won’t come there and challenge it. But as long as you challenge it where I post – and I post only here at a blog dedicated to free speech – I guarantee I will challenge your bad idea every time you mention it.

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  2. REE: Blouise, February 24, 2011 at 7:37 pm

    Buiddha,

    Quite a set up ….

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    The set up is told in the creation myths of every culture I find Joseph Campbell studied. DNA evidence provides support for the notion that the human population shrank to a few hundred people during one of those mass-extinction events, and the diverse cultural creation myths can only have come from the equivalent of one Song My type village, in the form of a cluster of hamlets or some other very localized group of mass extinction human suvivors as I understand human genetic diversity.

    The set up is preferring the Biblical “broad path (of groupthink?) leading to perdition over the narrow, yet far more socially-isolating narrow and hard path that leads to life.

    I ask nothing for what I share with others, for my life is given to me without any actual cost, so that I can give of my life, for free, that which others may find useful.

    As an infant, long before I began to speak with words, I heard the stories of the meaning of the teachings of Jesus, and asked to be given whatever I would need that I might best serve God, as I understand God.

    My entire life is this prayer, never in words, yet I am able to put the prayer in words not totally unfamiliar to everyone. The words:

    Lord, God, Almighty, give to me that which I need that I may best serve you. Nonetheless, not my will but your will be done. For this, I pray through Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior. So be it. May my whole life be this prayer. Amen.

    Ask, said Jesus, and you will receive. Because I was never divided by the infant-child transition, I have been able to make that prayer my whole life, all of my heart, all of my mind, all of my soul, and all of my strength. As I have asked, with nothing of my life withheld, so I observe I have received.

    I am an ordinary person about whom nothing is more nor less special than any other ordinary person.

    Ever read “A Course in Miracles”?

    La Kayim!

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