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June 18, 2021

Managers of Glina landfill under arrest

Victor Dombrovschi and Sergio Pileri, the managers of the landfill in Glina, were arrested after an operation was carried out simultaneously in Romania and Italy to dissolve a criminal group which allegedly laundered EUR 300 million for the Italian mob, according to judicial sources cited by Mediafax.
“On July 14, CY at 6.00 a.m., law enforcement officers from the General Police Inspectorate of Romania – Criminal Investigations Division – Pursuit Department, in collaboration with the Special Ops Division and Independent Service for Special Actions, found two suspects wanted worldwide on the perimeter of Bucharest and Ilfov municipalities, namely D. Victor, 60, Romanian citizen, and P. Sergio, 54, Italian citizen, in whose name the Italian judicial authorities had issued European arrest warrants for attempt to launder money, pursuant to Articles 110, 56, and 648 bis under the Italian Penal Code,” according to a press release issued Wednesday by the Romanian Police. The two men will be remanded in custody for 15 days and subsequently handed over to the Italian authorities. Judicial sources have stated for Mediafax that four other suspects were detained concomitantly in Italy in connection with the same case, namely Romano Tronci, Giuseppe Pileri, Raffaele Pietro Valente, and Nunzio Rizzi. The four men presumably started multiple companies with the two suspects apprehended in Romania for the purpose of laundering EUR 300 million attained through various criminal activities of the Sicilian mob.

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