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3 charged in Md. fake credit card case

Three New York men have been charged with creating phony credit cards after police found a stash of them in a vehicle's trunk outside a Glen Burnie convenience store.

Anne Arundel County police observed what they considered to be a suspicious vehicle parked outside a 7-Eleven store about 1:55 a.m. on July 2 and approached the occupants.


From left, Reid, Campbell and Williams. (Anne Arundel Police)

Inside the vehicle, police found 75 fake credit cards, fake driver’s licenses, gift cards from various stores and drug paraphernalia.

The suspects -- Terrell Reid, Yusef Williams and Kenneth Campbell, all 20 years old – had made several expensive purchases with the cards, police said.

An investigation is underway to determine whether people’s identities were stolen in the case, police said. “There may possibly be numerous victims,” Justin Mulcahy, an Anne Arundel County police spokesman, said.

-- Mike McPhate

By Washington Post Editors  |  July 8, 2010; 11:53 AM ET
Categories:  Anne Arundel  
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Comments

Gotta thin the herd; these crack babies are killing our communities. Old folks feel cheated when they think about how they marched and sat in and protested and died for freedom and THIS is the thanks they get??

Posted by: kahlua87 | July 8, 2010 12:17 PM | Report abuse

Say it again kahlua87, say it again

Posted by: bigheadbull2 | July 8, 2010 1:49 PM | Report abuse

Watch out Kahlua, since the CNN fired the staffer for her Tweet, YOU may be fired for your "Crack baby" posting.... Too bad you won't be able to erase it..

Posted by: Just_An_Observer | July 8, 2010 3:26 PM | Report abuse

Anne Arundel County police observed what they considered to be a suspicious vehicle parked outside a 7-Eleven store about 1:55 a.m. on July 2 and approached the occupants.
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I think I know what was so suspicious about the young men in Anne Arundel County, they were BLACK....

Posted by: PublicEnemy1 | July 8, 2010 4:33 PM | Report abuse

Let me get this right. They were investigated and were found to have items which if convicted will prove a crime. And publicenemy1 is upset with that? That is the problem. I have teenage sons and have no issue with the police stopping them at 2am if they look suspicious.

Posted by: ncolummbia | July 8, 2010 5:45 PM | Report abuse

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