Guam – Two men have been arrested after one of them allegedly stole client information from his employer and used it to rack up $14,000.00 in credit card charges.
The credit card scheme allegedly involved stealing from not one, but at least five businesses.
According to GPD Spokesperson Sgt. Paul Tapao, Jon Michael Villena was employed with IP&E when he obtained credit card information from clients of IP&E, Kwik Space, LMS Management, Tsang Brothers and IT& E.
The information he stole was provided to his accomplice, Steven Miranda, and, according to Tapao, was used to purchase various electronic items valued at $14,000.00.
Villena and Miranda were arrested for fraudulent use of a credit card, theft of property, theft by receiving stolen property, theft by deception, and conspiracy among other charges.
Both men were booked and confined.