Sunday, April 13, 2014

Man arrested for credit card fraud

According to the Tuolumne County Sheriff's office, deputies were called to the Black Oak Casino on April 11, 2014 around 11:30 AM.

    The report was of a fraudulent credit card being used in an attempt to pay a bill.  During the course of their investigation the deputies contacted the suspect, 48-year-old Darren Lee Wagner.

   Wagner had a felony warrant for his arrest for credit card crime out of Los Angeles County, per the report.

   A search was conducted of Wagner and approximately four grams of suspected methamphetamine was located in his shirt pocket.

   He was also in possession of several possibly fraudulent credit cards. A search of his vehicle was done and a credit card embossing machine, altered access cards and other miscellaneous items used to alter credit or access cars were located.

   Wagner, of Fresno, was booked into the Tuolumne County Jail and is being held on $100,000 bail on the local charges, and no bail on the Los Angeles County Warrant.

   Alleged charges are Possession of a controlled Substance, a felony; Burglary, a felony, Fraudulent use of credit card information, a misdemeanor, Forging Access Card, a felony, and an Outside Agency Felony Warrant for Arrest.


Anonymous said...

Well, go Tuolumne County!! In Calaveras the current Sheriff in personal friends with the criminals. Sad, but true.

Anonymous said...

Isn't he a cutie!! Meth! the scourge of our area.