Two Nigerian Fraudsters Arrested in New York Over Credit Card Forgery (Photo)

Police in New York have arrested two Nigerian fraudsters who have been duping people using forged credit cards.

Olisa Uzoegwu and Chidubem Adi
Two Nigerian-Americans were arrested early Saturday morning in New York for possessing forged credit cards and a credit card encoder, police have reported.
Olisa Uzoegwu, 20, and Chidubem Adi, 19, were pulled over after driving through a red light at 3 a.m. on Saturday morning on Long Island in New York. The police officers noticed a bag of marijuana in the vehicle’s backseat, causing the officers to search the car.
During the search, the officers found a credit card encoder and forged credit cards. Mr. Uzoegwu was subsequently charged with four counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument, criminal possession of a forgery device, false personation, and driving without a license.
Mr. Adi was charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree, unauthorized possession of marijuana, and false personation.





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