Pleasanton police arrest 3 for I.D. thefts at Sheraton Hotel

Charged over $1,500 using fraudulent credit card information

Pleasanton police arrested three suspects yesterday at the Sheraton Hotel on 5990 Stoneridge Mall Road in connection with the use of fraudulent credit card information that hd resulted in over $1,500 dollars in charges.

In a search of the suspects' rooms and vehicles, police also found materials containing identifications and property which had been stolen from auto burglaries in communities from around the Bay Area.

Police also recovered property believed to have been purchased through fraudulent activities.

The suspects were booked at Santa Rita Jail for charges related to possession of illegal narcotics,

Pleasanton Police Lt. Scott Rohovit said the arrests serve to remind the public to 'Hide It, Lock It, or Lose It'. Remove all items from a vehicle before parking and always lock a vehicle. It takes five seconds to remove extra items from a vehicle, but only two seconds to lock it.

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Posted by who or what?
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Feb 13, 2015 at 10:22 am

Who were these three?
Are they local, young, old, repeat offenders?
How did they get caught?

But I am glad they were caught.
Sounds like they were a crime spree.

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Posted by No mercy
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Feb 13, 2015 at 2:53 pm

Hopefully they will be jailed, until they are sent to prison. Credit card thieves are so rampant, we must demand prison time, for the lives they least until we start implanting tracers the first time so we'll know where they are at all times. Identity thieves don't deserve the right to walk among us. They have destroyed too many lives, and are just too insidious.

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Posted by PTown mom
a resident of Laguna Oaks
on Feb 14, 2015 at 3:09 am

Damn Bart !

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