Friday, October 24, 2014

Federal authorities seize property from Elkhart business

Federal agents were spotted Friday morning loading the boxes onto a U-Haul truck at Paragon Technology Group.

Posted on May 9, 2014 at 6:13 p.m.

Agents with the FBI, U.S. Postal Inspector Police and Indiana State Police seized boxes from an Elkhart business Friday, May 9, as part of an ongoing investigation.

Investigators could be seen loading the boxes onto a U-Haul truck at Paragon Technology Group at the northwest corner of C.R. 6 and Dexter Drive across from Elkhart Municipal Airport.

"I can confirm the FBI and Indiana State Police were at that business conducting investigative activity," FBI spokesman Dave Crawford said. "I can't discuss the nature of the investigation."

Repeated phone calls to the company went unanswered Friday.

Paragon Technology Group LLC lists Roger Roy as its registered agent in a filing made in November with the Indiana Secretary of State. Attempts to locate Roy on Friday were unsuccessful.

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