Police nab group using fake credit cards

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ANGOLA, Ind. (WOWO): Four men have been charged with using fake credit cards in Angola.

Federal charges have been filed against the men, all of which are from Michigan, who were spotted swapping cards, printing new ones, and buying products with them, according to the Journal Gazette. They’re charged with access device fraud and possession of fraudulent devices.

A loss prevention officer at an Angola store noticed them pulling the swap and notified police, who found almost 100 fake cards and nearly 1,000 blank credit cards in the suspects’ rental car, plus equipment used to imprint the cards.

Prosecutors say the men bought electronics, food and clothing from a number of stores before they were caught.

Charged are 19-year-old Devon Willis of Canton, 21-year-old Aaron Rayshawn Mays, 21-year-old Donriko Ruemondo Goosby, and 21-year-old Lawrence Andrew Hill.

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