Friday, September 15, 2017

Man Found with Over 100 Blank Credits Cards During Traffic Stop

A man was found with over 100 blank credit cards during a traffic stop on Interstate 78.


According to the Pennsylvania State Police at Hamburg, on Thursday, 09/14/17, at approximately 6:00pm, a state trooper stopped a Jeep Laredo on 1-78 W/B at MM 10.3 for traffic violations.

Upon investigation it was founded the driver, Luc ROBINSON, 31, of Memphis, TN was in possession of a credit card scanner, over 100 blank credit cards from multiple banks and a credit card inscriber.

Robinson admitted he had traveled from North Carolina to New York and was traveling from New York to Germantown, Maryland to deliver the items.

It was observed the credit card inscriber was used multiple times.

Robinson was charged with forgery and access device fraud and is currently housed at Berks County prison on a $2,000,000 bail.

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