Former hotel clerk arrested for profiting from guests’ info

KTBS reports:

A former hotel clerk was arrested for using information obtained through his job to fraudulently rent rooms and receive food deliveries, said Sheriff Steve Prator.

Between April and June 2017, Delvin Darrell Raphiel, 28, used a childhood friend’s personal information to set up a hotel honors account through which he reserved rooms at major brand hotels in the Shreveport/Bossier area. Raphiel paid for the rooms with account information stolen from guests while he worked at a Bossier City hotel. After renting the rooms with stolen account information, he sold them at a lower rate and pocketed the money, as much as $3,544, detectives say.

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