Kaveh Lahijani Arrested


National Police arrests two citizens in possession of $ 130,000.00, among the suspects is a citizen originally from Iran (Kaveh Lahijani) and a Honduran

Through investigative and intelligent police work in the sector of Pristine Bay, French Harbor, the National Police arrested two suspects for the crime of money laundering.

The law enforcement unit was in charge of officials of the Police Investigation Directorate (DPI), National Directorate of Prevention and Community Safety (DNPSC) and the Directorate of Police Intelligence (DIPOL) assigned to UDEP # 11 based in the insular zone.

The suspects are a native of Iran, nationalized in the United States and a Honduran of 46 years of age; both residents in the place of detention.

Law enforcement confiscated several packages containing an approximate amount of $130,000.00 (valued in the national currency is L. 3,120,000.00 lempiras). Also, a firearm for commercial use was confiscated

A more thorough inspection of the scene is being conducted so that more information is available at a later time.



Kaveh has apparently had a health complication…(developing news)


Apparently Kaveh has been transported to La Ceiba. From there they will take him to SPS where he will have his first hearing on the 22nd of this month.

Kaveh’s x-wife has laid claim to LFK as expected. Doing so is the first step in keeping the property (should Kaveh remain detained) and its a legal preventive move from allowing anyone else to lay claim over the property.

Should Kaveh be released, the property is likely to be restored to its rightful owner.


Released by resolution of a judge of national jurisdiction in San Pedro Sula

Owners of Little French Key

Last night, in a sentencing court of San Pedro Sula, the defendant Kaveh and his sentimental partner were released, after being accused of money laundering for the possession of approximately $130,000 - the revenue of their sales and services in Little French Key.

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Its difficult to ignore the personalities involved in this situation. But from a merely foreign investment point of view, its nice to know that an individual is allowed to keep fiat currency inside a private residence.

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