Five Dayton residents stole personal information and allowed them to steal gasoline as a result of a federal conspiracy
According to the US Department of Justice, there will be 50 local gas stations in two years.
The federal court is Kevin Earl Alexander Jr. 33-year-old Dmitry Hicks (28), Darrell Toshe White (27) and Tyson Kent Thomas.
24 and Isaiah Cooper, 20, in several cases, including 10 cases of extraordinary theft of personal data, misuse
The U.S. Department of Justice said the purchase of the device and the evaluation of any device would force conspirators to
manipulate the device.
Tuesday’s press release.
Court documents claim that five people were involved in a conspiracy in which they committed a number of personal thefts from the
Credit card account number, name, address and other personal information.
Prosecutors say they used the information to obtain and reuse hundreds of gifts and credit cards. I’ll go
He then used a knife to steal more gasoline from at least 50 gas stations and shops in the Dayton area.
Officials said so within 30 months.
The law says men used social media like Facebook and wrote explosives,
This is the place to meet people for illegal money.
Applicants are now trying to get the original copy of the statement online.
Card. Those who want to fill the tanks pay the conspirators 20 20-30 and pay for artificial fuel.
It is not uncommon to expect a maximum of 10 vehicles to be refilled at gas stations.
A spokesman for the United States Department of Defense said he was a member of the plot.
Hicks, Thomas, White and Cooper have been arrested in the past two days, officials said. Alexander was already in the state
For initial exposure.
Photographs of all five defendants are not immediately available.
All five will be charged later.
No further details were reported.