Man arrested, accused of identity theft

Efrain Iglecias

A 32-year-old man gets arrested for allegedly stealing a wallet and buying stuff using the stolen card and ID, according to a magistrate’s complaint filed in the Superior Court of Guam.

On April 28, the victim reported to Guam Police Department officers at the Tumon-Tamuning precinct that his wallet had been stolen and that it had been used at a store in Tumon.

The victim’s visa card had been used for two different transactions. One for $239 and another for $56 dollars.

When officers spoke with the owner of the store, he said a man later identified Efrain Thomas Reyes Iglecias had used the card to buy a cell phone and when asked for an ID, he provided the victim’s ID.

The owner gave officers video footage of Iglecias.

Court Documents state that on May 2, he was found in the K-mart parking lot.

According to charging documents, Iglecias told officers he received the card and ID and used it to buy a phone and other things from ABC store in Tumon.

He was arrested and charged with identity theft and three counts of theft of property.