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Prosecutor’s Office of Santo Domingo Oeste.
Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic).- The Santo Domingo Oeste Public Prosecutor’s Office obtained three months’ preventive detention, as a precautionary measure, against four persons accused of money laundering, who carried out their operations in the Herrera Industrial Park.
The Permanent Court of Interest of this jurisdiction, presided over by Justice Kelvis J. Henriquez Rodriguez, so Gisela Valenzuela Reyes and Alba Iris Rua Vidal Compliance with this procedure at the Nagayo Women’s Correction and Rehabilitation Centre Miguel Garivalde de la Cruz and Angel Hernandez They were sent to the Nagayo Homebres Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in San Cristobal County.
The Public Prosecution showed in a hearing that the defendants, who had violated previous agreements with the victims, did not have the roots that would allow them to know about the operation under any procedure other than pretrial detention.
The file submitted by the accused body proves that the company Multi Investments AGAG SRL, Represented by the accused Miguel Garivaldi De la Cruz, the owner of the company, owes an amount of 6 million, 367 thousand and 532 Omani riyals to 13 victims who invested large sums in operating capital to benefit from 7% per month from their investments.
The investigation indicates that besides the defendant Garivalde de la Cruz, Gisela Valenzuela Reyes, Alba Iris Roa Vidal and Angel Hernandez also worked as representatives of the company Multi Inversiones AGAG, located in the shopping plaza on Isabel Aguiar Street.
He has been cited on several occasions
The prosecution noted that the defendants were summoned on several occasions under the Sheriff Code, attended each process hearing and entered into payment agreements on behalf of the victims, each of which was breached.
During the preliminary hearing, victims of the said operation reported that they had made loans with various banking entities in amounts amounting to DK$324,000, DK$163,000, DK$170,000, and DK$1,000,000, and that they would supposedly receive profits ranging from 7% and 8% per month for these loans. Amount invested Multi Investments AGAG.
The Public Prosecution has provisionally classified the events as criminal association, breach of trust and violation of the Money Laundering Law, facts described and punished in Articles 265, 266 and 408 of the Dominican Penal Code and Law 155-17.