Two men from Brooklyn and a man and woman from Virginia were arrested Tuesday on charges of going to stores in the Crossroad shopping center to shop with counterfeit credit cards.
Police said they seized 15 cards that each had the embossed name of the person and a bank’s name on the front, but each was encoded with account information from a different bank account and a different account-holder.
Arrest warrants stated that the cards were used in Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kay Jewelers, Radio Shack, Bath and Body Works, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Marshall’s.
Three of the four were charged with possession of five or more counterfeit cards, financial card fraud and felony conspiracy. One who did not have any cards when police took him into custody was charged only with felony conspiracy.
Police filed possession, fraud and conspiracy charges against:
Jonathan Jairo Arroyo, 24, of 128 Lewis Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Andre Isaiah Fuller, 18, of 133 MacDonough St., Brooklyn
Siobhan Latoya Springer, 31, of 56 Lerner St., Nottingham, Va.
They filed only a conspiracy charge against Jonte Derrick Hill, 25, of 3455 Rossington Blvd., Chester, Va.