Marietta police uncover $300,000 racketeering ring

- Three men are accused of stealing six vehicles worth over a combined $300,000 in a racketeering ring, according to the Marietta Police Department.

A yearlong investigation into the case uncovered a systematic plan between the months of April and June 2016 that three individuals concocted to steal high end vehicles, according to police. The thefts occurred at Jim Ellis Audi. 

Mann Abess El-Ali was arrested on April 9, and is still in custody at Cobb Adult Detention Center.  According to detectives, El-Ali took keys from a locked cabinet and removed six high end vehicles worth a combined total of over $300,000 from Jim Ellis Audi without the dealerships permission.

Ola Campbell Oginni was arrested on April 7, and has since bonded out of Cobb Adult Detention Center.  Detectives report Oginni brokered the sale of multiple stolen automobiles and collected sales commissions on each of the transactions.

Akintayo Bolorunduro is still at large.  Detectives secured a warrant charging Bolorunduro. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact Detective Arrowood at 770-794-5371 or the Marietta Police Department Anonymous Tip Line at 770-794-6990.

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