Arizona AG: Grand jury indicts 5 in a credit card fraud ring
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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – Authorities say an Arizona grand jury has indicted 5 individuals in a bank card fraud ring.
The state Lawyer Common’s Workplace introduced Tuesday that Gloria Gonzalez, Rosa Marie Espinoza, Francisco Javier Daniel, Victor Martinez-Vega and Ricardo Valenzuela Parada have been indicted on fifty seven counts together with illegally conducting an enterprise, conspiracy, fraudulent schemes and artifices, forgery and id theft.
All 5 are accused of utilizing pretend bank cards encoded with stolen bank card numbers from 27 victims across the nation.
Authorities say the defendants used the pretend bank cards to make purchases at Walmart shops within the Tucson and Phoenix metro areas.
Daniel is also accused of possessing the instruments used to make the pretend bank cards for the ring.
Authorities say arrest warrants have been issued for Gonzalez, Martinez-Vega and Valenzuela-Parada.
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