The U.S. Attorney's Office indicted the following individuals and businesses after a long investigation by the FBI in February at multiple convenience stores in northeastern Louisiana.
They were indicted on one or more of the following charges; trafficking in counterfeit goods, money laundering, making false statements to a federal agent, false representations and use of Social Security account number, operating an unlicensed money transmitting business and forfeiture.
Mahmood Alshaibi, 33, Lake Providence;
Gamal Ahmed Ahmed, 34, Tallulah;
Ahmed Ali Nagi, 57, Tallulah;
Abdulfattah Nassar Saleh, 30, Tallulah;
Belva Jean Ard, 26, Tallulah;
Abdulkarim Nasser Ahmed Saleh, 28, Tallulah;
Jack Mohamed S. Mused, 39, Tuscaloosa, Ala.;
Abdulla Hussein Saleh, 31, Lake Providence;
Anis Mohamed Mana Saleh, 25, Monroe;
Moshen A. Mohamed, 38, Monroe;
Consuelo Sanchez, 36, Lake Providence;
Abdulla Mohamed Mana, 30, Lake Providence;
Akram Muqbil Safed, 23, Lake Providence;
Amin Mohamed Saleh, 25, Ruston;
Amin M. Obadi, 30, Monroe;
Salwan Musa Hussein Mohamed, 27, Ruston;
Taha Sharaf Masoud Alyousefi, 46, Monroe;
Fadhl M. Mohamed, 50, Monroe;
Gamil Ahmed Almashim, 35, Tallulah.
The seven corporations involved are Taiz Inc., South Second Street L.L.C., WGG Inc., S.G.H. Inc., Bayou King, Sun Over Sand Inc. and Alsahara Inc.
Except for Consuelo Sanchez and Belva Jean Ard, the other players look like... dare I say it.... Moderate Muslims.
I'm just sayin'.