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ORC 9-19-14




Four CA Men Indicted in $2 Million credit-card skimming scheme 
Four Los Angeles-area men were arrested today on federal charges stemming from alleged schemes involving the use of “skimming” devices to lift credit card data in order to manufacture and sell phony credit cards. The four were arrested pursuant to federal indictments returned late last month by a federal grand jury in Los Angeles which allege they helped steal more than $2 million from about 10,000 accounts, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. (Source

2 still sought in ID theft, counterfeit credit card ring targeting 7-Elevens for $230,000 in Sacramento, CA  Sacramento County sheriff's detectives and 7-Eleven investigators believe they've cracked an identity theft and counterfeit credit ring with the arrests of three men. Two other men suspected of involvement in the crimes are shown in the accompanying store surveillance images. They are still being sought. Marcell Horton, 30; Jacques Houston, 20 and Fremon Reaves, 29, were arrested and booked into Sacramento County Jail on a combined 36 counts of identity theft. In a sheriff's news release, investigators allege Horton, Houston and Reaves defrauded local 7-Eleven stores of more than $230,000 in the past several months by using stolen credit card numbers. That credit card information may have been purchased on an overseas black market. The arrests also yielded several thousand dollars in Visa gift cards, several hundred dollars worth of recently purchased merchandise and more than $4,000 in cash. (Source 

Albany, GA Police seek two women in credit card fraud case  Albany Police want to question two women about credit card fraud. The women were shopping at the Walmart in Lee County on September 9th. Investigators want to question them about stolen credit card information used to make their purchases at Walmart and other stores in South Georgia. Albany Police are working with several other agencies and want your help to find these two suspects. "It is a widespread problem we're having right now. It's one of the newer crimes that are really exploding. And we are trying to catch as many as we can," said Detective Tim Harvey with Albany Police. (Source

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ORC 9-19-14
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