Three charged with using stolen credit card numbers
by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Three people have been indicted on federal charges, accused of going on a spending spree with stolen credit card numbers. Lucille LeFever, Ramond Taison Cruz, and Tanya Lynn Manibusan face multiple counts of wire fraud, access device fraud, aggravated identity theft and conspiracy.
The three allegedly used the stolen credit card numbers for at least a year for dozens of transactions. According to the indictment that was handed down today, LeFever, Cruz and Manibusan allegedly racked up more than $22,000 worth of goods and services at the Guam Power Authority, Napa Auto Parts, and The Sandcastle. The indictment shows that charges were made at GPA on an almost weekly basis from August 2010 until last March.
The three are scheduled to answer to the charges during an arraignment set for March 2.