Two individuals checked into the Pacific Star Hotel and racked up a bill for over six hundred dollars on a credit card that did not belong to them. That according to a magistrate report.
Guam – Rosanna Fernandez checked into the Tumon hotel with a credit card bearing another individuals name, and according to court documents she did not have the physical card but stated that the owner of the card would send an authorization form. But that form was never received.
Hotel staff later called the room and a man identified as Eli Charfauros Quintanilla answered, stating he would make a payment for the room, but no one ever showed up.
If you are wondering why Quintanilla’s name sounds familiar, thats because he was arrested this month for attempting to smuggle ice through the U.S. postal service.
According to police a review of hotel documents, Quintanilla signed receipts for the hotel room. Court documents further state that the hotel received a faxed document from an unknown individual in California authorizing Fernandez to rent the room but the address did not match the card holder’s.
Police conducted a search of the room and discovered Quintanilla inside along with a California Driver’s license with the credit card holder’s name on it. Police state that Quintanilla attempted to hide the evidence.
Both have been charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of services. They were booked and confined.