Zhang, a Chinese factory worker admitted that he started stealing parts back in 2003 and assembling them at home over a five-year period. When the motorcycle was finally completed, the worker was pulled over almost immediately when police noticed he had no license for the bike. Zhang, was ordered to return the motorcycle, fined $725 […]
Craigslist Motorcycle Rip-Off
Eduardo S. Cordero III, 22, allegedly robbed three Sierra Vista men at gunpoint in Tucson. Cordero advertised a Suzuki GSX-R motorcycle that evidently didn’t exist, on Craigslist for $4,000 and lured the buyers in by taking $500 off the listed price.
After the buyers arranged a meeting place with Cordero and showed up with the cash to purchase the bike, Cordero and an accomplice robbed the victims, armed with hand guns. Not only did they take all of the money, they stole any valuable personal items they had on them too. Thankfully, none of the victims were physically harmed during the robbery.
Cordero allegedly used Craigslist to pull off another cash rip-off in San Antonio according to the San Antonio Express-News but won’t be pulling off any scams from where he is living now. Cordero is currently residing in the Bexar County Jail in San Antonio on $175,000 bail.
Everyone is looking for a great deal now more then ever but as we all know if it sounds to good to be true… Maybe you will have better luck on our classified pages.