Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy and grand theft
Height: 6′ 1″
Weight: 180 lbs.
NCIC No: W807218457
As we reported in April 2013 after a four year investigation by local and federal authorities a grand jury in Santa Clara County, California, charged eight individuals who owned and/or were employed by ASAP Relocations, Incorporated (ASAP), San Jose, California, for their respective roles in a scheme to defraud customers who had hired ASAP to move their household goods.
The individuals charged were: Moaz Kadesh, ASAP Foreman and Office Manager; Roni Hayon, ASAP owner and Chief Executive Officer; Adii Therese Karter, Hayon’s wife; Adalinda Reyna-Mendoza, ASAP Customer Service and Dispatch Manager; Wayne Allen, ASAP Sales Manager; Elazar Nisanov, ASAP Foreman; Ido Or, ASAP Foreman and Office Manager; and Noam Israeli, ASAP Foreman and Office Manager. The charges included conspiracy to commit grand theft, extortion, money laundering, tax fraud, and filing false employment tax returns.
The good news is that after 33 months on the run Noam Israeli was arrested after police in Washington State received an unrelated complaint about an erratic driver. Officers from the Arlington, Washington Police Department investigated the complaint and discovered that the perpetrator, Israeli, was wanted in California by State authorities, Department of Transport, Office of the Inspector General and FBI. He was living and working at a local business near Arlington. He is being held in Snohomish County Washington pending extradition to California to face charges for his alleged involvement in a household goods moving fraud scheme.