Police recovered $10,000 worth of fraudulent purchases and 50 counterfeit credit cards after a Florida woman used one of them to try to spend $2,079 at Victoria's Secret in the Glendale Galleria, officials said.
Officers responded and followed Raquell Jackson, 25, to her car, where they reportedly found the re-encoded credit cards and illegally purchased items, which included clothing, two PlayStation consoles and two iPhones, said Glendale Police spokeswoman Tahnee Lightfoot.
Jackson was arrested on suspicion of fraudulent possession of credit cards, burglary, grand theft and identity theft.
Police also arrested two other people in the car — Russ Bienaime, 22, and Ashley Conner, 19 — on suspicion of fraudulent possession of credit cards.
The investigation is ongoing.
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