NYC man allegedly stole dying uncle’s identification to purchase Alfa Romeos
A Queens man stole the identification of his dying uncle and others to purchase and lease luxurious automobiles totaling greater than $250,000, officers mentioned Friday.
Guang Jin, 32, and his accomplices allegedly used his uncle’s identification to purchase an Alfa Romeo Giulia and lease a 2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio in March 2019 at a Westbury, LI, dealership. They rolled off the lot with each automobiles value a mixed $92,000, prosecutors mentioned. Jin’s uncle died six months later.
In July 2019, the alleged automotive thief added to his fleet, shopping for a 2019 Ford Mustang for $52,000 at a Queens dealership utilizing a driver’s license that belonged to a different sufferer, based on the DA.
In June, he allegedly used one more sufferer’s identification to lease a 2020 Lexus NX300.
“We’re coming after con artists and crooks who run scams to complement themselves on the expense of others,” mentioned Queens DA Melinda Katz in a press release.
Jin of Flushing is charged in three separate complaints with grand larceny, identification theft, legal possession of a cast instrument and different raps. He was launched with out bail after his arraignment Thursday.
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