Two people have been arrested in Hernandos county on charges of identity theft after a bank employee denied an account of a
The Sheriffs Office said.
William Brown, 40, misuse of personally identifiable information
And big thefts. Darwin Laird Stevenson, 42, has been charged with aggravated assault and abuse of office.
Information on the identification, theft and possession of a stolen vehicle or ID.
Judges said they received more credentials from the victims of the car they were driving.
It took time. It included 10 fake parking permits, including photos of suspects and victims.
Personal Information. More money waiting.
Lawmakers said that when a bank employee told the Financial Crimes Unit on Nov. 2, a man would recognize her.
Brown opened a bank fraud account. Brown used his photo and a fake pilots license for his team
Brown put $ 5,000 directly into his newly created account.
After checking this direct deposit, it was found that the deposit was due to a rupee loan.
Local Credit Institution. The loan was obtained using the victim’s data used on Benin’s bank account.
After the contractors contacted the original lender, the employee of the financial company described a similar suspicious loan.
He is asking for an additional $ 5,000 from someone else, later named Stevenson. The credit company told its officials
The report evaluates a false document, which contains data on the identification of another unknown victim. Allah
The police officer warned investigators that the applicant would deal with what appeared to be a fake driver
While investigators were waiting, Brown drove a limousine in 2017 with Stevenson in the passenger seat. Brown plays Stevenson
Parking was provided at Brown’s escort.
Investigators say Brown and Stevenson were arrested along with Zadik Lincoln.
During the interview, investigators said they had purchased licenses from Brown and Stevenson.