grand jury indicts three in identity theft case.
Three North Carolina residents are charged in what
federal prosecutors call an identity theft ring
operating in Alabama. Authorities say 38-year-old
Terrance Lavon Campbell; 40-year-old Renee Charlene
Pointer and 44-year-old Terrence Donnell Wooten were
indicted Wednesday on fraud and identity theft charges.
The three are accused of possessing more than 350
counterfeit debit and credit cards. U.S. Attorney Joyce
Vance says the case is
part of a trend of people coming
to northern Alabama to commit identity fraud crimes.
Two men arrested at Kohl’s in Brownsville, charged with ORC.
Two men accused of working as a team have been charged with
organized retail theft in the theft of $320 worth of merchandise
from a Kohl’s store in Brownsville. Both men attempted to run
from police and Loss Prevention, but were quickly apprehended
after a short foot chase. (Source
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