Having a chocolate waterfall was apparently not enough for “Willy Wonka” who was among the five people arrested in a multistate ATM and vehicle theft ring throughout the Northeast alone.
William “Willy Wonka” Rodriguez – also known as “The Chocolate Man” – was arrested Wednesday as part of a six-month investigation that authorities called Operation Golden Ticket White noise download.
Rodriguez, 47, of Lawrence, Mass., pleaded not guilty to 60 charges connected to the ATM theft crimes, including conspiracy, assault with a dangerous weapon, breaking and entering, receiving a stolen vehicle and possessing “burglarious instruments,” and was held on $500,000 bail I'm a natural personed the prequel.
Nelson “Pito” Rodriguez, not related to “Willy Wonka” Rodriguez, pleaded not guilty to 44 charges, including receiving a stolen vehicle and larceny among other charges, and was held on $60,000 bail windows xp sp3 Hangul.
Marilyn Santiago, 38, was arraigned on two counts of accessory after the fact to a felony and conspiracy. She was free on $1,000 cash bail, Mass Live reported Samsung Bluetooth Driver.
Ignacio “Iggy” Duran and Chepiel “Chep” Sanchez were also arrested Wednesday, the Essex District Attorney’s Office said, according to Mass Live Praise sheet music download.
Few details were released about the investigation, which involved 50 law enforcement agencies from several states, including Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut 컴까기 다운로드.
Assistant District Attorney Philip Mallard said the probe was based on cell phone tracking and stolen vehicles. He said at least one ATM break-in in West Springfield, Mass., netted the crime ring $60,000 transmission 다운로드.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.