19 people are changing the structures of 15 vehicles worth 3 million dirhams

The Sharjah Criminal Court considered a case involving 19 people of different nationalities for possession of 15 stolen vehicles and the rate of their structures, the forged papers and the sale of most of them. Some of them face the charge of possession of these stolen vehicles, while two other defendants changed the numbers of their structures


The Sharjah Criminal Court considered a case in which 19 people of different nationalities were charged with possessing 15 stolen vehicles on their structures, falsifying their papers and selling most of them. Some of them are accused of possession of stolen vehicles. Two other defendants changed their structure numbers and forged their licenses. And then sold for amounts exceeding three million dirhams.

The court faced the defendants charged with possession of cars obtained from the crime of theft and participation in possession, and changes in it by changing the numbers of the "Shashi" and buying them on official contracts with their knowledge of theft and changes.

Facing one of the defendants with charges of complicity in theft and alteration of vehicle structures, he said he was only an intermediary in the sale and purchase of a group of cars by virtue of his job as a representative of a motor show, noting that he was unaware that vehicles were stolen.

The defendant was charged with possessing five cars with changing structure numbers by installing different chassis numbers from the original.

In the face of a defendant who appeared before the court in the possession of vehicles with the knowledge that it was stolen and the rate of its structures, he admitted that he bought 11 stolen vehicles from a leasing office and then sold them to others unlawfully and received one million and 800 thousand dirhams from one of the defendants on To pay the remaining amount of the total agreed amount, which exceeds a total value of three million dirhams, without knowing the changes made to the vehicles in the case and that the tracking equipment attached thereto has not been destroyed.

Some of the accused denied their knowledge of the case, pointing out that one of them had been named in the case because of his claim to the main defendant in the amount of more than 900 thousand dirhams, while others confirmed that their roles were limited to mediation, and do not know that the vehicles stolen, pointing out that one of them provided the state with a visa And four other suspects denied the use of the repair shop they were working on to change the vehicle numbers of the stolen vehicles and the possession of the stolen vehicles.

The defense lawyers demanded that the accused be given a time to photograph the case and prepare for the defense.

In turn, the court postponed the case for April 28, to hear witnesses' statements.

ref: emara