INTERPOL updates data on Peravia bank fraud fugitives
Santo Domingo.- The International Police (INTERPOL) updates its international arrest warrants and alerts for Daniel Alejandro Morales Santoro, Maria Cristina Santoro Martiradona, Maria Cristina Martiradona de Santoro, and José Luis Santoro Castellano, in connection with the collapsed Peravia bank.
INTERPOL’s website features pictures and updates on the fugitives of the Peravia case, indicted on various counts including bank fraud, money laundering and embezzling the savings of foreigners and Dominicans alike.
Cesar Amadeo Peralta, attorney for several investors who were cheated, said the entire Peravia bank was a fraudulent operation.
He said the international arrest warrants against several bank executives, was requested so that the defendants have shown a total disregard for Dominican justice.
Peravia executives Jorge Serret Sugranez, Carlos Serret Sugranez, Nelson Serret Sugranez, Pausides Morales, and Yesenia Serret, and Dominican Army Col. Florentino de Jesus Acosta are being held pending trial.
Feb 29, 2016
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