FIRST ON 7: Detroit Man Arrested After Fraudulent Credit Cards Found in Car
A Michigan man is behind bars after officers tell WTRF.com they found numerous fraudulent credit cards in the car he was driving.
It happened just after 10 a.m. Monday outside Best Buy at The Highlands.
Officers from the Mountaineer Highway Interdiction Team noticed a suspicious vehicle and executed a search. After a sweep of the car, officers say they found numerous fraudulent credit cards and several other items used for stealing identities.
20 year-old Delantae Collins of Redford Township, Michigan is now charged "trafficking fraudulent access devices with intent to defraud." Collins was arraigned by Ohio County Magistrate Harry Radcliffe on a $45,000 bond and taken to the Northern Regional Jail.