The Police in Dearborn Michigan took down a 70-year-old woman but it wasn’t over nothing.
It is true, Beverly Jo Sassin is 70 years old but she is not innocent. Grandma ran a million dollar crime operation out of business that had heroin addicts being paid to steal merchandise from stores like Target, Kroeger and Home Depot.
I can’t believe she got away with it so long. These addicts must have been very good for grandma to keep her operations going. According to Fox 2 Detroit: “These four people were in a position to move a lot of stuff in a hurry, it’s organized and they know exactly what they’re doing.”
The Dearborn Police Department announced Monday that officers broke up a major retail fraud ring they say stole everything from guns to liquor and even energy drinks.
Dearborn Police said they recovered a trove of stolen goods, including $600,000 in cash – some of which was stuffed in a Velveeta box – as part of an organized crime ring run by a 70-year-old woman.
That woman, identified as Beverly Jo Sassin, was running the crime ring out of her business – the Cas Bar – on Michigan Avenue in Detroit, according to Dearborn Police Chief Ron Haddad.
“It’s a million dollar operation. this is not somebody looking for a deal at Christmas time or buying some used merchandise from a friend. This is an ongoing criminal enterprise that victimizes everyone,” Haddad said.
Source: Fox 2 Detroit
My jaw is still on the floor due to this old mum getting away with it for so long. Good job to the Dearborn police for wrapping this up.
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