Airplane mechanic steals $1.5 million in Tesla and SpaceX orders

On Wednesday, Airplane Mechanic stole more than $1 million in orders from Tesla and Elon Musk’s SpaceX.

The Michigan man allegedly made a fraudulent purchase in January of 2017 for $1,038,947.

Airplane mechanics can legally purchase up to $10,000 in stock options and $1 in cash per month, but it’s illegal for a manufacturer to buy back stock they’ve sold.

Airplanes are used by about 40 percent of American households and they make up about 2 percent of the nation’s economy, according to the National Air Traffic Controllers Association.

Airplane Mechanics is not a brand name for the company or any other company, according the website.

It was only after Airplane Mechanics became aware of the scam in 2017 that they took action, said Airplane & Mechanic, a Detroit-based company that sells air and vehicle repair services.

The company has been contacted for comment and will update this story as more information becomes available.”

It’s an important component in the life of a homeowner, it’s a tool that helps make the home more secure, and it also makes it more comfortable.”

The company has been contacted for comment and will update this story as more information becomes available.