|47 suspects arrested in CIB anti-crime operation|
|Sunday, 21 March 2010|
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) started its second anti-crime operation this year yesterday morning and had arrested 47 suspects, including five gangs, by noon yesterday.
Another gang led by a man, surnamed Li, was captured by the CIB for extortion, assault and store smashing.
The CIB also arrested an illegal group led by a man, surnamed Lin, for committing unlawful intimidation, land occupation, property damage and assault.
The Taipei City Police captured a violent group of debt collectors led by a man, surnamed Teng, and his subordinates, who have committed illegal intimidation, offenses against personal liberty and assault.
The Changhua Police caught a gang leader, surnamed Hsieh, and his subordinates, who were suspected of violent debt collection, extortion and assault, according to the National Police Agency.
The CIB nabbed a violent group of debt collectors led by a man, surnamed Cheng and his subordinates, who had operated an illegal underground bank and committed violent debt collection, illegal intimidation, offenses against personal liberty, assault and property damage.
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