Three Hispanics Accused In Oklahoma For Mass Theft Of Amazon Packages Supposed To Be Delivered By Christmas

The stolen Amazon packages were recovered from a home in Luther, Oklahoma.

Photo: Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office / Courtesy

Three Hispanics face charges in Oklahoma for stealing thousands of Amazon packages that are supposed to be delivered to customers.

Investigators identified the suspects as César Yasnier Cerqueira Rojas, an undocumented Cuban immigrant, who was driving a delivery truck owned by Dinneris Matos Delgado. The third arrested was Maikel Pérez Laurencio, also an undocumented immigrant from the Caribbean island.

Suspects face charges of possession of stolen property and embezzlement. More accusations are expected to be brought against the trio.

The alleged criminals were discovered after about 600 boxes were thrown away, most of them empty, in a rural area.

In the ground, the thieves left several books, including a copy of the Koran, as reported by KFOR-TV.

In the space, the agents found a garbage bag with a receipt and an address that led them to the home where the merchandise was confiscated.

Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office cataloged the robbery as a massive one on the network. The stolen material was seized from a home in Luther, where they were stacked throughout the house.

Authorities reported that tracking data indicated that the packages were left at an Amazon facility, but never made it to the United States Postal Service office for delivery.

“Each of these packages they were supposed to be delivered by christmas daySheriff Aaron Brilbeck told the aforementioned media. “So 600 people did not receive their Christmas gift as a result of this,” he denounced.

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