Two men were from Chicago
Arrested as part of the Tulsa Tile Sales Program
Representatives with stolen credit cards told the police.
Authorities say Elias Hawkins and Aston Sanson plan to retrieve hundreds of stolen coins from Chicago to sell them online.
However, a Tulsa attorney found the fraud and called the police.
In U-Haul, I found out that they were hired for six weeks,
many trucks in Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois and Oklahoma, probably a
Normal routine. They conspired against one another in many cities, and they committed this fraud and returned to it
Chicago, Det. Kayla Wiggs and Tulsa Crimes Crimes.
They said the Tulsa men ordered Lexus coins worth $ 2,200.
However, the employee who received this order was suspected and examined.
credit card shows theft. The arrival of the suspects
To collect the coins, the officer called the police.
We found a second car with six wheels that cost $ 1,300.
Another representative of Talsa, after returning the wheel, police arrested him.
Hawkins and Sanson, officials said the case was another suspect.
Where people do not live
According to Viggs, the arrest of the suspect was a shock.
It’s a little bit surprising for our rules because they think it’s fair.
A commitment, trustworthy and not making much money. They amaze us
They needed 10 percent of their money to go and couldn’t get them back.
They say i
He buys a stolen credit card from a dark website where criminals can buy whatever they want.
The spirit was recognized as Lancaster of Pennsylvania.
He did not know that his card was used to buy tires in Oklahoma.
“This is an issue that can happen to anyone,” Wiggs said.
I think there is a perfect credit card number. It’s just the wrong person to choose.
Hawkins and Sanson are from Illinois, police said. Both are charged with rape in Oklahoma.
Police advise companies: Check your credit card
Select numbers and marks if the user is alone
Ordered by phone.