Pair arrested in Burbank on suspicion of I.D. theft, other offenses

A man and woman in a stolen truck were arrested Saturday morning after police discovered burglary tools, drugs, birth certificates and Social Security cards in the car, police said.

Police spoke with Pamela Toftee, 28, and Kevin Aide, 21, both of Victorville, in the 100 block of South Lamer Street, where they had parked the truck, said Burbank Police Sgt. Darin Ryburn.

Police ran a search on the vehicle and discovered it was reported stolen.

When police searched the truck, they found tools, suspected methamphetamine and the identifying information for five victims, including Social Security cards and credit card bills.

Police on Monday were reaching out to the identity-theft victims.

The pair were arrested on suspicion of identity theft, along with possession of methamphetamine and burglary tools.


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