Archive for the ‘identity theft’ Category

Illegal Immigrant Arrested For Allegedly Making Fake IDs

July 18th, 2011 - Comments Off

COLUMBUS, OhioOhio State Highway Patrol say that a 34-year-old Mexican who is an illegal immigrant is in custody for making identification to other illegal immigrants. The identifications that he is making are fakes, according to the reports.

The 34-year-old Mexican illegal immigrant was arrested during a traffic stop in Madison County. When the Mexican was asked of identification, he presented a fraudulent identification to the officers of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Police looking for information on Circle K robbery

June 16th, 2011 - Comments Off

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — Chillicothe Police say that a robbery of the Circle K surveillance footage was released.

The robbery happened at Circle K at around 10:40 p.m. Tuesday evening, according to the reports.

In the surveillance footage released by the Chillicothe Police Department, a man entered the Circle K at 659 N. High St. in Chillicothe and approached the teller demanding for money in the cash register as well as a carton of cigarettes.

Chillicothe Police say that after the man had the cash and the cigarettes, the man left the scene on foot.

Deputies: Girlfriend’s 5-Year-Old Son Tossed into Street While Suspect Fled on Foot

April 13th, 2011 - Comments Off

Couple Richard Alan Fosdick and Amy Jo Bourland were arrested April 8.

KISSIMMEE, Florida – A felon who is a suspected of multiple burglaries in Osceola County have tossed his girlfriends’5-year-old son into the middle of a Kissimmee street on Tuesday while fleeing deputies on foot, authorities say.

The 28-year-old Richard Alan Fosdick said to be under investigation last week after deputies received information that he was involved in multiple burglaries, deputies said.

On April 8, officers conducting undercover investigations said they later observed Fosdick and his girlfriend 26-year-old Amy Jo Bourland committing burglary in the Loraine Estates subdivision in St. Cloud.

Inmate Who Escaped at Haywood County Jail Caught in Myrtle Beach, SC

April 7th, 2011 - 1 Comment »

WAYNESVILLE, North Carolina — A man was caught and is back in custody after escaping from the Haywood County jail annex last month.

According to Haywood County Sheriff Bobby Suttles, escapee Frank Lee Evans Jr. was captured in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

“We had some information on where he was at, and law enforcement acted on that,” he said.

It was learned that on March 12, Evans had been trying to punch an escape hole through the roof in his annex cell and the Sheriff’s office decided to move him to the main jail. However, while he was about to be transferred on March 13, Evans got a chance to ran out a door and made an escaped.

Lawyer: Man Charged for $800K Theft Unfit to Stand Trial

April 7th, 2011 - 2 Comments »

Former pain clinic comptroller and debt collector appeared on wheelchair in court.

LAKE COUNTY, Chicago – The 70-year-old Lake Geneva, Wis. man accused to have embezzled money of about $800,000 from a Libertyville pain clinic is not unfit to stand for the trial, his attorney told a judge concerning to his client.

Attorney Jeffrey Rogers said John McCall suffers from a debilitating form of dementia, which is taking psychotropic medication, more often falls asleep and easily get confused, when the accused appeared in front of Judge George Bridges in a wheelchair.

Off-duty Tampa Police Arrest Three on Burglary, Theft Charges

March 2nd, 2011 - 7 Comments »

They smashed the back glass door to get inside home.

TAMPA, Florida – Three men who smashed their way into a New Tampa home, were arrested by police. Police says after getting inside home, they stole a flat-screen television, credit card and a game console. A woman was hiding upstairs.

Tampa Police Department said that they arrested the three men while leaving a Walmart where they drove after breaking the town house’s sliding glass door on Trail Wind Drive about 1 p.m. Monday.

Robbery-First- Degree Murder Trial Opens

March 1st, 2011 - 18 Comments »

TAMPA, Florida – In October 2008, a man having a pot deal when three armed men planning to rob him in an alley.

Jonathan Hinckson was talking to a friend on the phone when he sensed trouble.

“‘Chill, chill, just chill,’ were his last words,” Assistant State Attorney Christopher Moody’s opening statement on Tuesday’s first-degree murder trial of Jacob Buckius.

Though Buckius didn’t fire the fatal bullet, but he was part of the robbery group, therefore, also responsible for the slaying of Hinckson, 23, Moody said.

Man Charged in Assault with Cerebral Palsy Patient in West Palm Beach Apartment

March 1st, 2011 - 6 Comments »

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida – A 40-year-old man suffering from cerebral palsy was sexually and physically abused in his apartment by a 19-year-old, before stealing his wallet and cell phone, police said.

Eric Wells, of West Palm Beach, was arrested Friday. He was charged with sexual assault, robbery with a weapon, burglary with assault, armed burglary and two counts of kidnapping.

The suspect is held at Palm Beach County Jail without bond

According to an arrest report, West Palm Beach police arrived around 8 a.m. Feb. 20 at the home of unidentified victim, who got punched on his face.

Scrap Deal Turns Bad After Two Buyers Robbed in Bradenton

March 1st, 2011 - 5 Comments »

The scrap seller and buyer agreed to meet after a phone call.

MANATEE COUNTY, Florida – Two men who are into old scrap buying business thought they were going to buy old metal from a scrap seller in Bradenton town on Sunday.

But they weren’t, instead they got robbed at gunpoint by the posture scrap seller and his accomplice and they ended up empty handed, according to Manatee County Sheriff’s Office.

The incident was in a house on the 4200 block of Ninth Street East, Bradenton, where the supposed old junk metal selling-buying but turned into robbery was occurred.

Two Pompano Convenience Stickup Suspects Arrested

February 11th, 2011 - 5 Comments »

POMPANO, Florida – The Broward Sheriff’s Office thanking local media and an anonymous tipster who gave information that led to the arrest of a second suspect during the armed holdup of the Cypress Food Store in Pompano Beach last month.

“We may not have caught up to this criminal without the help of the media that ran the surveillance video, and the astute viewer who called Crime Stoppers,” Broward Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Dani Moschella said. “We are very thankful. Our detectives use every available resource when they are investigating, and in this case, our partnership with local media was key.”