According to a report, investigators searched the woman’s home and vehicle in late July after learning she may have been connected to a narcotics and a potential child endangerment case. During the search of her vehicle they learned she had two drivers licenses that did not belong to her.
She also had nearly three dozen fake debit cards.
A subsequent search of her home uncovered more than 200 additional fake debit cards along with equipment that is consistent with what someone would use to make fake IDs and bank cards. The suspect has been arrested and booked at the Santa Rita Jail but she is ineligible to post bail bonds due to a hold that relates to an out of state warrant.
Police have indicated she has two prior out of state fraud convictions.