NV: Police Seek Victims After Credit Card Fraud Arrest

Investigators are asking the patrons of three Southern Nevada Businesses to monitor their bank and credit card accounts in the wake of a recent fraud investigation.


Arrested at his residence was Gevorg Gorj Kegeyan, 53 years of age of Las Vegas. Kegeyan was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card.  In addition to Kegeyan’s residence, search warrants were served at three businesses associated with the suspect:

  • The Cigarette Box, 5891 West Craig Road in Las Vegas,
  • Colton’s General Store, 675 U.S. Highway 95 in Searchlight and,
  • The Cigarette Box, 2311 S. Casino Drive in Laughlin.

Several credit card skimming devices were recovered at the three businesses, along with approximately 350 credit cards, A.T.M. cards and gift cards which contained compromised account information.

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