A German national wanted by multiple international and US law enforcement agencies for defrauding many of up to $100 million, was recently arrested in Southern Nevada. How did the US Marshals track down the German fugitive living in Las Vegas? In February 2011, the Las Vegas Metro Police arrested 51-year old Ulrich Felix Engler for a Las Vegas DUI and swerving in and out of the lane he was driving in. As part of his processing by the Las Vegas Metro Police, Mr. Engler was fingerprinted and those fingerprints led the FBI, US Marshals and Las Vegas Financial Crimes Unit to Mr. Engler’s address and a storage unit he retned in Boulder City, Nevada. If you have been arrested in Southern Nevada for driving while intoxicated, 24hourticketpower.com can represent you in your case.
The 51-year old German fugitive, Ulrich Felix Engler, had been living in the United States for at least 5 years, under the assumed identities of Joseph Walter, Joseph Miller and many more. Mr. Engler is being held on a number of charges including immigration violations, driving while intoxicated and multiple fraud charges in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The storage unit discovered by the multi-agency task force was found to have a significant art collection of up to 1000 pieces.
The case against Mr. Unger in Europe stems from his embezzling of over $100 million dollars he raised in a pyramid scheme via his Cape Coral, FL marketing company, Private Commercial Office. The over 3500 investors in the company lost access to their money once it had been transferred to the United States.
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