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Three Charged with Identity Theft and Credit Card Fraud in Dedham

Eugene Anthony Morgan, Dwight Croutear and Louisa Wells were all arrested on Massachusetts Theft Crimes Charges for allegedly using persons’ stolen identity and credit cards to obtain property from Sears in Dedham.

The three were arraigned in Dedham District Court on Theft Crimes Charges including Receiving Stolen Property and Identity Fraud.

According to the Dedham Police Department, Louisa Wells and Eugene Morgon allegedly opened a credit card account at Sears, which she used to purchased almost $1,000 in electronics and then attempted to purchase almost $1,200 in other items. A store clerk, however, had concerns that the driver’s license Louisa Wells used to open the account was fake, and noticed that “this is a facsimile” was written on the back of the license.

Dwight Croutear, meanwhile, was allegedly outside waiting in the car. A search of that car allegedly revealed several other items that were bought with checks and credit cards, as well as a number of gift cards believed to have been purchased with stolen credit cards.

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