Names of Armenian Power members cracked down over 20 million fraud charges published

Names of Armenian Power members cracked down over 20 million fraud charges published

PanARMENIAN.Net - A massive crackdown against Armenian Power organized crime Wednesday on February 16 netted the arrest of scores of suspects. A law enforcement task force including 800 local, state and federal agents converged on 80 different locations in the Southland.

There are five women among the gang members.

Newsamen.com portal has published the names of Armenian Power members cracked down over 20 million fraud charges:

Mher Darbinyan (aka “Mike,” aka “Hollywood Mike,” aka ”Little Mike,” "Capone,” aka “Caps,” aka “Maher”), Paramaz Bilezikchyan (aka “Parik,” aka Iaka “Parnamas Bileziktsian,”aka “Bleziktsian Paramas), Karo Yerkanyan (aka “Guilty,” aka “Gator,” aka “Kane”), Arman Sharopetrosian (aka “Horse,”aka “Dzi”), Hayk Karayan (aka “Hayko,”aka “Whisper”), Arman Tangabekyan (aka “Spito,” aka “Spitak,” aka “Villager,” aka “Thick Neck,” aka “Armancho”), Emil Airapetian (aka “C1ever,”aka “Emo”), Armen Hovanissian (aka “Sniper,” aka “Arm,” aka “Armen Hovanessian”), Roman Teroganesyan (aka “Lil Boy,” aka “Rome,” aka “Roman Teroganesian, aka “Arthur Teroganesian”), Edgar Khachatryan (aka “Gunner,” aka “Lil Gunner,” aka “Edo”), GARIK GALSTYAN (aka “Stomper,”aka “Stomps”), Harut Torosyan (aka “Menace,”aka “Harout Torosyan”), Souren Serobyan (aka “Suro”), Vazgen Topadzhikyan (aka “Lucky”), Ara Fermanyan (aka “Casper,”aka “Cass”), David Muradyan (aka “Stranger,”aka “Davo”), Karen Markosian (aka “Kar,” aka “Garen”), Karen Zakaryan (aka “Kond,” aka “Gond,” aka “Kondik,” aka “Kar”), Artur Pembejian (aka “Cham”), Aram Petrosian (aka “Tot,” aka “Toto”), Arman Karayan, Oganes Teroganesyan (aka “Hovo,”aka “Hovik,”aka “Oganes Terognesyan”), Jack Gambaryan (aka ”Zhak Gambarian,”Speedy”), Raymond Tarverdyan, aka “Rye\\Ray, 1/”), Vahe Mnatsakanyan (aka 1/aka “Vahik”), Armando Moreno (aka “Mando,” aka “Monkey,” aka “Blackie”), Andranik Aloyan (aka “Andy,” aka “Ando”), Lusine Ogandganyan (aka “Lusine Ogandjaniaaka “Luso”), Gustavo Ortega (aka “Bam Bam,”aka “Bams,”aka “Gus”), Gagik Zhamkochyan (aka “Manic,” aka “Panther,” aka “Gago,” aka “Gag”), Suren Torosyan (aka “Suro,” aka “Sunny”), Grachia Nalbandyan (aka “Raider,” aka “Puffy,” aka “Crazy”), Edgar Yerkanyan (aka “Edo”), Karine, Rafael Parsadanyan (aka “Raffi,” aka “Raffo”), SIMON ANTONYAN (aka “Simo,” aka “Sim”), Garen Chouldjian (aka “Misak”), Grigor Garibyan (aka “Gokor”), Artur Gabrelyan (aka “Rubo,” aka “Art”), Andranik Bakhchadjian (aka “Ando,” aka “Andranik Bakhcadj”), Vartenie Ananian, Rafael jr. (aka “Cisco,” aka “the Drink”), Khachatur Arakelyan (aka “Khecho”), Karapet Joey Karamusyan (aka “Karo”), Haroutioun Arthur Melkonian (aka “Art,” aka “Art from Montebello”), Arsen Ayranjian, Adam Davoodian (aka “Aram”), Aram Khachatryan, Tigran Sarkisyan (aka “Tiko”), Miguel Agustin Ramirez (aka “Mugsy,” aka “Mugs”), Hagop Yamalyan (aka “Hago”), Manuk Terzyan (aka “Max”), KAREN Hesham Samawi (aka “Karen Hesham”), Julio Cesar Rivas (aka “July,” aka “Biggie,” aka “Big Boy”), Zhirayr Karayan (aka “Zhiro,” aka “Jerry”), Sarkis Avedisian (aka “Sako”), Vartan Avedissian (aka “Vardan,” aka “Voicebox”), Joseph Mares, Catrina Balderrama, Vardan Amirkhanyan, Hovannes Igarian (aka “Hovo”), Naira Astghik Terounian, Arnold Moradians (aka “Arno”), Debra (aka “Sugar”), Rafael Roger Zendejas, Steven Wilson (aka “Stutters”), Gevork Kasabyan (aka “Kash”), Marat Shakhramanyan, Fnu Lnu (aka “Musho”) and Fnu Lnu (aka “David Petrosov”).

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