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United States v. Approximately $10

United States District Court, Ninth Circuit

August 1, 2013

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
APPROXIMATELY $10, 858.78 IN U.S. CURRENCY SEIZED FROM WELLS FARGO BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER XXXXXXXXXX, APPROXIMATELY $7, 620.00 IN U.S. CURRENCY SEIZED FROM WELLS FARGO BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER XXXXXXXXXX, APPROXIMATELY $2, 104.73 IN U.S. CURRENCY SEIZED FROM WELLS FARGO BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER XXXXXXXXXX, APPROXIMATELY $1, 971.68 IN U.S. CURRENCY SEIZED FROM CITIBANK ACCOUNT NUMBER P12SW0053, and FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP CHECK IN THE AMOUNT OF $25, 936.89 ISSUED TO DYLAN C. HUDSON AND CAPITAL ONE AUTO FINANCE, Defendants.

CONSENT JUDGMENT OF FORFEITURE

GARLAND E. BURRELL, Jr., Senior District Judge

Pursuant to the Stipulation for Consent Judgment of Forfeiture, the Court finds:

1. On March 8, 2012, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") seized the following assets (hereafter "defendant assets") for federal forfeiture:

a. Approximately $10, 858.78 in U.S. Currency from Wells Fargo Bank Account Number XXXX-XXXXXX,
b. Approximately $7, 620.00 in U.S. Currency from Wells Fargo Bank Account Number XXXX-XXXXXX, Approximately $2, 104.73 in U.S. Currency from Wells Fargo Bank Account Number XXXX-XXXXXX,
c. Approximately $1, 971.68 in U.S. Currency from Citibank Account Number P12SW0053, and
d. Farmers Insurance Group Check in the amount of $25, 936.89 issued to Dylan C. Hudson and Capital One Auto Finance.

2. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection ("CBP") commenced administrative forfeiture proceedings, sending direct notice to all known potential claimants and publishing notice to all others. On or about May 7, 2013, the CBP received a claim from Dylan C. Hudson asserting an ownership interest in the defendant funds.

3. The government represents that it could show at a forfeiture trial that on March 8, 2012, ICE agents executed State seizure warrants on the defendant funds. The agents seized Approximately $10, 858.78 in U.S. Currency from Wells Fargo Bank Account Number XXXX-XXXXXX, Approximately $7, 620.00 in U.S. Currency from Wells Fargo Bank Account Number XXXX-XXXXXX, Approximately $2, 104.73 in U.S. Currency from Wells Fargo Bank Account Number XXXX-XXXXXX, Approximately $1, 971.68 in U.S. Currency from Citibank Account Number P12SW0053, and a Farmers Insurance Group Check in the amount of $25, 936.89 issued to Dylan C. Hudson and Capital One Auto Finance, that are real or personal property, which constitutes or is derived, directly or indirectly, from proceeds obtained as a result of the commission of the violations of 21 U.S.C. §§ 846 and 841 (a)(1).

4. The United States could further show at a forfeiture trial that the defendant funds are forfeitable to the United States pursuant to 21 U.S.C § 881(a)(6).

5. Without admitting the truth of the factual assertions contained in this stipulation, Dylan C. Hudson specifically denies the same, and for the purpose of reaching an amicable resolution and compromise of this matter, Dylan C. Hudson agrees that an adequate factual basis exists to support forfeiture of the defendant funds. Dylan C. Hudson hereby acknowledges that he is the sole owner of the defendant assets, and that no other person or entity has any legitimate claim of interest therein. Should any person or entity institute any kind of claim or action against the government with regard to its forfeiture of the defendant assets, Dylan C. Hudson shall hold harmless and indemnify the United States, as set forth below.

6. This Court has jurisdiction in this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1345 and 1355, as this is the judicial district in which acts or omissions giving rise to the forfeiture occurred.

7. This Court has venue pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1395, as this is the judicial district in which the property was seized.

8. The parties herein desire to settle this matter pursuant to the terms of a duly executed Stipulation for ...


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