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They stole 600 outboards

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Here is who you can blame for your boat insurance being so high in FL:

1. The owners of Netcycle Trading in Doral, FL (Miami) Nadia Esperanza Ledesma and her husband Carlos Orlando Ledesma.
2. Roberto Marrero-Cisneros who supplied fake serial numbers
3. Osmani Valdivia Perez of Leigh Acres, FL (Lee County) who financed it all.
4. Osmani's nephew Tomas Vale Valdivia in Mexico and also helped finance it and was previously arrested for smuggling migrants.

They were responsible for stealing and shipping about 600 outboard motors from Florida to Mexico between 2015-2018.

"The defendants face up to five years in prison at their sentencings in May before U.S. District Judge Robert Scola, and must pay forfeiture penalties totaling between $50,000 and $120,000 each to the U.S. government."

The punishment... "up to 5 years and a fine between $50K and $120K" for stealing and exporting motors valued between $9.5M and $25M.

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I bet that's where my buddy's OG chittum went. Flat on road to flamingo and when he git back skiff was gone.... few yrs ago
Had a skeet shooting shut down once at a friends place which was a good 1/2 mile from their entitled homes.
We live rural on 40 acres, most places at least 10acres but like all places "entitled homeowners" moving in around. I need to start siting in my weapons more often. I sure enjoyed it when 89 yr old neighbors grandson was visiting with class 3 weapons and license! Nothing like some full auto plinking to let the newbies know how it is out by us!!
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