Glenview Man Gets Probation For Selling Stolen Property

Ajay Patel was caught buying $22,000 worth of merchandise he believed was stolen.

Ajay Patel of Glenview was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to buying and selling stolen merchandise on the Internet, the Glenview Announcements reports. He was arrested when police caught him buying $22,000 worth of merchandise he believed to be stolen.

With the help of Vijay Patel of Lincolnwood, Ajay owned and operated a wholesale general merchandise importing business called Advance Distributions which sold repackaged, stolen merchandise, according to the Glenview Announcements.

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denise February 27, 2013 at 06:15 PM
And they only got probation? Who is the judge? What happened to the other guy? 22k of stuff and millions in cash. Please tell us the judge.
Stan Golovchuk (Editor) February 27, 2013 at 07:03 PM
According to the Sun-Times, both men "pleaded guilty and Judge Joseph G. Kazmierski Jr. sentenced the men to two years probation and levied fines." http://bit.ly/13o9Wqi


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