The couple used stolen financial information to resell high-value products such as peacocks, tractors and electrical equipment.
Homer Glenn has been charged with embezzling more than 10 million from a sale of quality goods.
Including insects, tractors and electrical equipment.
Jamley McBride and Brendon Butler have been accused of using stolen financial information for online and offline shopping for more
than two years.
Lake Forest Police said in a statement that they sell products on online forums.
The investigation began in June 2018 when a Lake Lake resident reported the theft, police said.
The U.S. Secretary of State, the DEA, and the Chicago Department of Justice completed an investigation into McBride, 322.
Ma Butler (22).
Home police, Homer Glenn, said the device was used to process ID and bank statements. All the employees were busy
Undressed items, useless items, many cars, computers, telephones, green paper and other stolen items.
Well, the police said.
Authorities believe Macbridge stole the information to obtain information from this black website. He made a name for himself and
The device is used for driver license numbers and then for real pages and driver licenses.
The sheriff’s office said it was confident that Will County would open an investigation.
McBride was charged with theft of money and use of an unauthorized device by a participant who was convicted of theft.
According to local documents, McBride’s $ 250,000 bond protection order was issued.
McBride’s criminal case includes a prison sentence in 2011 and a three-year prison sentence for conspiracy to commit theft and
Zebda was charged with burglary, burglary and theft based on discovery or arrest.
Real card. He was ordered to defend his $ 75,000 bond.
The two men returned to Wilson District Court on June 25.