A four-month-old man was arrested Friday at his home in southeastern Fresno.
Authorities found false identities, including at least two stolen vehicles, a printer, a computer, a credit card theft and a
Tony Bottie, a spokesman for the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office, said they raided homes on Church Road near Cotton and Chestnut
Botty said investigators are examining the evidence and finding that the man was injured. It is safe to say
At least a few thousand victims raised at least tens of thousands of dollars.
The vehicles seen on Friday were 40,000 Dodge Challengers and 80,000 Ford Mustangs and boats.
Authorities say Hoover Alford, 45, used stolen data and images from the subject to identify several fake personal numbers in his
Webby said he was arrested for theft, car theft, a small shop and actual theft.
Batty said Alford knows the authorities very well. In 2013, he was arrested for identification.
The Fresno Heat Survey Agency is based on a number of activities.
He was arrested from the home on Friday. His name is Jose Martinez, 30, of Fresno. It also faces corruption cases
Copy to earn. Buti said he faces additional costs.