The couple said the information was used to steal new goods, including hair, tractors and equipment.
It is alleged that two people in Homer Glenn received more than one million dollars for theft associated with the theft of new
Includes mower, tractor and equipment.
Jamila McBride and Brandon Butler have been buying stolen money online for over two years.
Lake County police said they turned the case online.
Police began an investigation in June 2018, when a Lake Jugal resident reported that his identity had not been identified.
Discovery related to Den. The Secret Service, the DEA, and the Chicago Police Department have been gradually turning to McBrid,
At Homer’s Glen home, police confiscated several devices to create forged identity cards. The authorities have also hired two
Packing of goods, illegally purchased equipment, multiple vehicles, computers, telephones, leather goods and other thefts
Property, said police.
Authorities believe that Macbrid, dressed in an attack suit, received information from a so-called dark spot. It has something
like a name
The number of car equipment driver’s licenses has been created through credit card fraud and forged driver’s licenses.
According to a sheriff’s office, in a separate statement, the search is most common in the Will area.
McBride is charged with unlawful use of a weapon, aggravated theft and disorderly conduct.
Business. According to county records, McBride issued a $ 250,000 bond.
McBride’s criminal record includes a 2011 crime against identity theft and bank fraud and three years in federal prison.
Butler is accused of financial misconduct, identity theft and stealing or possession of them.
Credit card fraud. He was arraigned on charges of 75,000 ringgit.
Both men are due back in Will County Court on June 25.