In July 2010, Itzhak Omega was indicted by a grand jury in Prince George’s County, Maryland on two counts of theft of over $500. Investigators believe that Omega took possession of the household goods of a Maryland resident for an interstate move, was paid for the move, and then refused to deliver the customer’s goods for almost two years.
Omega was the owner of Omega Van Lines, a Maryland-based moving company. As owner of Omega Van Lines, Omega ran the day-to-day operations of the company. According to court documents, between April 2008 and February 2010, Omega stole the furniture and household items of a Maryland State resident. Omega took possession of the customer’s household goods for an interstate move and was paid several thousand dollars. For almost two years, Omega held the customer’s good and refused to deliver or divulge the location of the goods.
After the indictment was returned, a Maryland State warrant was issued for Omega’s arrest. Omega was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Gaithersburg, Maryland.