Hawkins, Jalescia Joyce
Date of Booking:
Reason(s) For Booking:
FINANCIAL TRANSACTION CARD FRAUD
FINANCIAL TRANSACTION CARD FRAUD
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On 03/02/2022 at approximately 2016 hours, I responded to the One Stop #43 gas station 3915 Darien HWY in reference to an unauthorized use of a debit card that occurred on on February 27, 2022 at this location. I arrived on scene and met with the complainant, Ms. [VICTIM #1], and asked her what happened.
Ms. [VICTIM #1] told me that on February 25, 2022 around 2000 she was at the One Stop gas station and misplaced her [REDACTED BY AGENCY] debit card during her time at the store. Ms. [VICTIM #1] stated that was her last visit to the store that she could remember. Ms. [VICTIM #1] told that on February 27, 2022 she got an alert from her banking App about a possible fraudulent transaction.
Ms. [VICTIM #1] stated that she checked her account and found an unauthorized purchase that occurred on February 27, 2022 at approximately 1920 hours. Ms. [VICTIM #1] showed me her mobile banking App and allow me to view the fraudulent transactions. Ms. [VICTIM #1] stated that she needed a police report to assist her with getting her money back from the bank.
The list of a fraudulent charges is as follows:
- February 27, 2022 1920 hours Online Gucci Store total $710.20
- February 27, 2022 1921 hours One Stop #43 $59.00
- February 27, 2022 1944 hours Walmart Atlama Connector BLVD $157.94
- February 27, 2022 2007 hours Parker’s Altama Ave attempted purchase but declined $1.00
5 March 1, 2022 unspecified time AT&T online $168.14
I collected Ms. [VICTIM #1]’s information for the report and told her I would send her a link via Evidence.com so she could upload the screen shots of the fraudulent purchases, their amounts, times, and location. Ms. [VICTIM #1] told me she is good friends with the clerk inside of the One Stop, and that he was working on retrieving possible camera footage.
I spoke with the clerk and he allowed me to use the sales system to try and located the purchase for $59.00. We could not locate the purchase in the sales system. The clerk allowed me access to the store camera system.
I asked the clerk if the camera system time was up to date. The clerk stated that the cameras operated off of Wifi, and the time was accurate. After reviewing footage, I did not observe anyone making a purchase at the time indicated by Ms. [VICTIM #1].
I provided Ms. [VICTIM #1] with a case card, and told her I would follow up with the clerk if found anything.
I entered Ms. [VICTIM #1]’ debit card into property, and sent her the link from Evidence.com to submit her supporting documents.
My Axon 3 Body Camera was recording during the field interview, and the audio/visual file was uploaded to Evidence.com.
While at Head Quarters completing my report, Ms. [VICTIM #1] made contact with me and told me the clerk had found the purchase in the system, and that a possible suspect had used her card to purchase gasoline at the pump.
I told Ms. [VICTIM #1] I would follow up as time permitted.
Nothing further to report at this time.