A case at 15.7 million euros! According to sources, who returned the deposits, it is the new statistics of the big scam of perfumes and fake goods, which we reported last fall. From Dior, Kenzo, Hugo Boss… About 100,000 pieces have been found, including a fine piece at Sandillon, south of Orléans.
A major scam was reported in the spring of 2021 and two people from this city, a 54-year-old man and his 21-year-old son, were accused and then arrested. One of the buyers was found, under a barnum installed in the garden of the family home.
A good portion of the 100,000 units available
Earlier, the investigation concluded that the waters bought in Turkey and Bulgaria were brought to France without health checks. It is then poured into bottles that are labeled with brands.
Works are carried out in shops in the agglomeration of Orléans, Clermont-Ferrand (Puy-de-Dôme), but also in the Paris region, in Saint-Ouen and Aubervilliers (Seine-Saint-Denis).
Thursday, February 17, the younger brother of the two people who live in Sandillon and are involved in this case (a dozen people were arrested in the crash), asked for his release., before the trial court of the Court of Appeal of Orleans. The request was rejected, mainly due to the fact that the promise of the work he did was considered “unnecessary”. On the phone, during the investigation, we heard him brag to his parents about earning 6 to 7,000 euros per week due to his job. “It’s a proud question about his parents, he’s just showing it,” said his lawyer, as the young man owed. He owes his brother-in-law 50,000 euros.
“From 6,000 to 7,000 € per week”
“He wants to work like that, to make easy money. Yes, there are cars, but they are not related” concludes his advice. In his two police reports, the suspect explained that his work was not “proper”, it brought him 5,400 euros…
The investigation has been assigned to a judicial officer, after the opening of a judicial investigation in May 2021. It is the local internal organization (GIR) and the judicial police of Orleans that are still investigating.