Report on PC Information Exchange
PC Information Exchange Was a BBS System run in the Twin Cities
Area as Net Node 282/1. It was also known as the Midwest Echomail
The Sysops name was
John Paul Aleshe
AKA John Richard
4600 Cedar Lake Road #4
St. Louis Park Mn. 55416
Description: White Male
5'9" Heavy Set 230 To 250 Lbs.
Missing index finger on left hand
Broken Front Tooth
Straight Brown Hair, balding, known to wear a
When last seen, wore a full brown beard
Bank Account: PC Information Exchange
Citizen State Bank, St. Louis Park, MN.
Automobile: Light Blue NISSAN 4X4 Pickup With Topper
Blue Striping, Set up for off road handling
Oregon Plates on vehicle Expire. in 1990
Employment: Claims to have worked or be working for the
following: (all disproved)
US Air Force: Test pilot on assignment to
HONEYWELL Mpls Avionics Division
Claimed rank of Full Colonel
CRAY RESEARCH: Computer Programmer
He did have proven skills as a P.C.
Denver Colorado Area :
Was reported and confirmed in the Denver area in 1984
buying and selling in the computer gray market and doing
business with the following companies. Note this is not
an endorsement or an accusation of these companies but for
ESK Products, Ed Kabash
Microbrokers, Mike Portugal
He may have been on site at Tinker AFB in 1983 or 1984
and may have used the company name Pegasus Computers.
Portland Oregon Area:
John Aleshe (AKA Richard) left Portland in the spring
of 1987. When he left that area he had taken delivery
on Net 30 terms hardware from several companies.
Approximately $50,000.00 were involved. He was in
Portland about one year. This information was supplied
by the Portland Fidonet SysOps and is appreciated.
May have used the following aliases in Portland:
Personal Computer Specialist
7544 SW Barns Road #113B
Portland OR. 97225
This information supplied by one of the
First reported in the Twin Cities In June 1987
John has been seen with a pistol in a shoulder holster.
It was described as required due his carrying
classified documents for the Federal Government.
John was also noted to carry several thousand dollars in
cash on his person. It was explained it was used to purchase
computer equipment from people who would not take a check.