Bordeldrift, fraud and the sale of false documents to criminal organizations, which operated in Denmark.
A network of criminals, which police call 'Dracula', was versatile, when it comes to making money on illegal activities.
Now the 48-year-old Romanian ringleader and his three assistants, a 39-year-old pakistani, and two romanians, a 48-year-old man and a 50-year-old woman, has been sentenced at Court of Frederiksberg.
the Ringleader, Florin Vasile, 48, was sentenced to three years and six months in prison and expelled from Denmark for good. He has taken time for reflection.
The 39-year-old pakistani got a year and three months in prison, of which nine months was made subject to he performs community service, and he got to be expelled.
The 50-year-old woman received six months ' imprisonment, of which two months suspended, and she was expelled for six years.
The 48-year-old Romanian man got three months in jail, 60 days suspended, and he escaped also to expulsion.
The now convicted was arrested in may last year, and before the arrests the police had been convicted and expelled approximately 30 persons, which could be related to 'Dracula-network’.
The four convicted were basically doomed after the indictment, however, with individual adjustments of the periods, where the brothels were in operation, and the illegal profits of the brothels, as the right overall set to just under 3.2 million dkk.
'Dracula' drive the brothels in the premises to a café on the border between Nørrebro and Frederiksberg, and in apartments on Frederiksborgvej and Solitudevej in Copenhagen, as well as on Jyllingevej in Rødovre.
prostitutes, an average of five to six at a time, kept at the brothels, where they daily each paid 500 or 800 kr. in 'rent'.
in return, they received food and lodging, phone cards, and the maintenance and the cleaning of the rooms, while the organizers also arranged for placing advertisements on Escortguide.dk.
Dracula-the network had also found a scam to provide Romanian criminals with fake Romanian identity cards, which were produced on a 'document-factory'. in Malmö, sweden.
Incoming Romanian criminals, or the romanians who were already convicted and expelled from Denmark, could purchase fake identity cards, so they could travel to Denmark again and commit a new crime.
the Scope is not clarified, but Florin Vasile was convicted of having disseminated at least 28 counterfeit documents.
The fake id cards was produced by a 48-year-old Romanian in Malmö, which is the aim of the Swedish police. There is not yet raised charges against him, informs Malmö Tingsrätt for an Extra Magazine.
Florin Vasile was also behind the ingenious frauds with the so-called 'phishingmails', that seemed to come from Danske Bank.
Employees of several companies, was lured to enter log-in information for online banking, so Florin Vasile and more unknown medgerningsmænd gained access to corporate online banking.
Two transfers on each of the 1.1 million dkk. managed to be stopped by the bank. In a third case, lost to a Croatian company in Zagreb are a good 1.8 million kr., as the company transferred to Florin Vasiles account in the belief that the amount was a last installment on a debt to a English company.
the Trick succeeded, because the Romanian sent a fake email to the Croatian company from the two named employees of the English company. He called also and was not to be an employee of the English company, and stated that it had changed the account number and that the money was to be transferred to the new account number - which, however, was his own.