Oshawa police arrest two people in counterfeit credit card fraud

Police have arrested two males in connection with the use of counterfeit credit cards at an Oshawa area music store and other stores across the GTA.

The investigation began after counterfeit cards were used in Oshawa on April 29 and June 11, 2011. On July 6, 2011 police executed a search warrant on Elmwood Avenue in Toronto and recovered thousands of dollars in property obtained by crime, numerous counterfeit credit cards, credit card data, counterfeit identification and materials used in the production of counterfeit credit cards. On July 7, 2011 police executed a search warrant on Millwood Drive in Toronto and recovered numerous counterfeit credit cards, credit card data and stolen identification.

Charged with Conspiracy are Carlo CARLUCCI, age 39 of Elmwood Avenue in Toronto and Miroslav RODIC, age 58 of Millwood Drive in Toronto.

CARLUCCI is additionally charged with Fraud x2, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime x3, Possession of Counterfeit Mark, Forgery, Possession of a Credit Card obtained by Crime x7, Unauthorized Possession of Credit Card Data x7, Possess Identity Information for Fraudulent Purpose, Deal with Device for Forging Credit Cards and Possession of Proceeds of Crime.

RODIC is additionally charged with Fraud, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime x5, Possession of a Credit Card obtained by Crime x7, Unauthorized Possession of Credit Card Data x8, Knowingly Possess Identity Information for Fraudulent Purpose x2 and Deal with Device for Forging Credit Cards. Both accused were held for a bail hearing.

Another resident of the Millwood Drive residence was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking as a result of the search warrant.

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