2 Women Arrested on ID Thefts Charges

2 Women Arrested on ID Thefts Charges

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Gardner Gardner
Mathis Mathis

Multiple charges have been filed on two Pensacola women who police say stole identification information from at least 10 people. Investigators say they used some of the information to open credit card accounts and to fraudulently withdraw money from at least one victim's bank account.


Police arrested Jamie Lareatha Gardner and Sheritha Rebekah Mathis.  Gardner is charged with eight counts of grand theft, six counts of identity theft, one count each of bank fraud and forgery, two counts of uttering a forged instrument, and one count of fraudulent
use of a credit card.

Mathis has been charged with two counts of grand theft, two counts of identity theft, and one
count each of bank fraud, forgery and uttering a forged instrument.

 

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