POLICE: Louisville man had dozens of stolen credit card numbers
A Louisville man is facing dozens of charges after police say they found stolen credit cards on his computers.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville man is facing dozens of charges after police say they found stolen credit cards on his computers.
According to an arrest report, detectives conducting a credit card skimming investigation executed a search warrant at the residence of 21-year-old Raidel Gonzalez Rodriguez in the 5300 block of Southside Drive on Jan. 13.
During the search detectives found two laptop computers containing approximately 80 stolen credit card numbers along with the personal information of the card holders.
Detectives also found additional credit cards that had been re-encoded with stolen numbers including at least one that had a name fraudulently embossed on the face of the card. Police say they also recovered a .22 caliber handgun during the search.
Police say Gonzalez Rodriguez had been arrested less than 24 hours earlier for similar offenses.
Rodriguez is now charged with 80 counts of unauthorized production of a credit card and one count of false making or embossing a credit card.
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