NY: Westchester Police Arrest Bronx Man For Credit Card Fraud

Westchester County Police along with the U.S. Secret Service have arrested a Bronx man and charged him with stealing credit card information and then using it to buy more than $100,000 worth of consumer electronics.

Officials say 31 year old James Davis of Decatur Avenue used a skimming device to steal credit card information while he was working as a waiter at the Cheesecake Factory restaurant in White Plains in late 2008.

Davis was charged with 11 counts of 4th Degree Grand Larceny, 11 counts of 3rd Degree
Unlawful Possession of Personal Identification Information, all felonies, as well as one count of Scheme to Defraud, a misdemeanor.

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