Both are said to have used the stolen financial information to sell high-quality products, including straw, tractors and cars.
Two men in Homer Klein are accused of stealing more than $ 1 million from an identity theft program.
Leather knives, including tractors and electronics.
Jamel McBride and Brendan Butler have been using stolen data for online shopping for more than two years.
County Police said in a statement that they sold the product online.
In an investigation in May 2018, a resident said his identity had been stolen, police said.
The U.S. Intervention Services, DEA, and the Chicago Police Department eventually joined in, focusing on the 32-year-old
And Butler, 22.
Police confiscated items from his home in Homer-Glenn, which were used as identity cards and credit cards. Both were arrested by
Forced hardware, counterfeit, some cars, computers, cell phones, leather goods and other items are believed to have been stolen.
Police said it belonged.
Police believe Markbridge was responsible for the theft of information known as the Black Network. It has names and other things
Using tools to create invalid driver’s licenses and licenses.
A major investigation is under way in Will County, police said in a separate statement.
McBride has been charged with the crime of shooting a sculpture with a hunting rifle and having double standards.
McBride had to withdraw a $ 250,000 bail, according to regional data.
McCadd’s criminal background includes a 2011 lawsuit and three years in prison for personal theft and fraud.
Butler has also been charged with identity theft and theft or custody of criminal accounts.
Credit card fraud was arrested on $ 75,000 bail.
Both men will face Will in the regional court on June 25.