yes another ugly immigrant; for sure he is an immigrant, the next question is he illegal like Obama’s Aunt? Shouldn’t he be deported?
Summary of Event:
Today Washington County Sheriff’s Detectives served a search warrant at the house of a man who was working at the Xerox plant in Wilsonville. They seized 9,946 ink sticks that had been stolen from the plant. One man was arrested during the warrant service.
Details of Event:
On Thursday, April 09, 2009, at 8:05 a.m., detectives from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Property Crimes Unit served a search warrant at 7227 SW Millennium Terrace in the unincorporated Community of Aloha. This was the culmination of a lengthy investigation involving thefts of ink from the Xerox plant located at 26600 SW Park Way Avenue in Wilsonville, Oregon.
The case began when security personnel from Xerox contacted the Sheriff’s Office to report that they discovered online sales of their ink sticks that were not authorized. After investigating the online sales Washington County Sheriff’s Detectives determined that someone using the ebay ID “dodo_6666” was selling a large volume of ink. Ebay supplied the information that the owner of the ID was 42-year-old Ayad Al-Musawi from Aloha. Mr. Al-Musawi had sold over $150,000 worth of ink on ebay.
Detectives discovered that Mr. Al-Musawi was a temporary contract employee for a company called Adecco. He had been assigned to work at Xerox for the past two years. Mr. Al-Musawi did not have permission to remove ink from the factory.
Detectives served the search warrant this morning at Mr. Al-Musawi’s house in Aloha. He was arrested and taken to the Washington County Jail where he was booked on charges of Aggravated Theft I. Detectives seized 9,946 ink sticks from his house. The retail value of the ink sticks exceeds $275,000. Some of the ink sticks were already packaged in US Postal Service boxes ready to be shipped.
It is believed that Mr. Al-Musawi was stashing the solid ink sticks on his person and then taking them out of the plant at the end of his shift.