Authorities busted a theft ring involving nine men accused of stealing dozens of motorcycles for resale, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said.
Three men were charged with one count each of unlawful vehicle identification activity, chop shop operation and receiving stolen property.
Six others face 31 counts of receiving stolen property.
The complaint includes an allegation that the crimes involve the taking of more than $150,000.
The group would scout locations to steal motorcycles and then allegedly change the vehicle identification numbers of the stolen motorcycles for resale.