Wednesday, June 23, 2010

What's in Your Wallet?

Acting a tip, police in Atlanta, Ga. arrested 21-year-old Issa Diallo, who has a serious identity crisis.
Henry County police got a tip that Issa Diallo was going to use a fake credit card at a Kroger last Wednesday. Police spokesman Jason Bolton said authorities arrested him after he used a homemade American Express credit card to buy a $400 gift card. Police told Channel 2 Action News reporter Sean Callebs that when they later searched Diallo's vehicle, they found 94 illegally forged credit cards as well as a counterfeit driver's license and some counterfeit money. Police said even though the credit cards were fake, they had real account numbers on them. "This is potentially 100 cases of people who would have to go through all sorts of trouble to restore their credit," said Det. Marc McGowan.
Wait! A homemade Amex? Now that's a crafty queen.

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