Police nab suspects in alleged identity theft, fraud ring

By From page A3 | January 25, 2013

VACAVILLE — Two women were in custody Wednesday in connection with more than 30 cases of identity theft throughout California and Nevada, police report.

Ebony Tyresha Hayes, 27, of San Francisco, and Bianca Michelle Fleming, 29, of Pinole, were arrested by Vacaville police on suspicion of fraud and identity theft after an attempted transaction at BevMo! on the 1600 block of Monte Vista Avenue, according to a police press release.

A BevMo! employee called officers and alerted them that a customer had placed an online order using an alleged stolen credit card. The suspects arrived at the store to pick up the order, but left when the transaction wasn’t honored. Police caught the suspects not far from the store.

Hayes was also booked for an outstanding felony warrant for alleged identity theft in Nevada.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Officer Debi Lopez at 449-5200.

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