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Mililani woman arrested for allegedly shopping with stolen card

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 08:46 a.m. HST, Jun 26, 2013



A 30-year-old Mililani woman is in custody after she allegedly made several purchases from a Walgreens store in Wahiawa with a debit card stolen from a soldier.

Police said the 27-year-old victim checked his debit card account after realizing he had lost it and his military identification card. After finding three unauthorized purchases, the victim went to the Wahiawa store and called police.

A cashier identified the woman who made the purchases. Police said the suspect also had the soldier’s identification card. She was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of credit card fraud.







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Mahalo wrote:
Good job Walgreens.. not many stores cooperate. I had my wallet stolen they went to Ewa Beach 711 and did over $700 of gas and the cashier said that during 1 am and 2 am they seen a train of cars come and get gas but said it wasn't her business.
on June 26,2013 | 09:22AM
silvangold wrote:
OK SO......you have card...and the card owner's ID. so debit cards do not need (and I DONT KNOW WHY NOT!) for you to produce your ID. THIS IS THE VERY REASON NO MATTER WHAT, YOU ASK FOR ID!!.. SO...if in fact the person showed the ID that goes with the card, WHY DID THE CLERK NOT ACTUALLY OPEN HER EYES AND LOOK AT THE PIC? this is indeed a winner of the BABOOZE award!!!!!
on June 26,2013 | 09:22AM
Ewaduffer wrote:
You mean the fact that a woman was able to complete a transaction with a man's debit card and picture ID card is not OK??
on June 26,2013 | 09:55AM
silvangold wrote:
WTH ???? oh das ok.....guess you donno how to read and interpret.......das ok, you mean you don't catch on that what i'm saying is REQUIARED ID NEEDED would mean that the bad guy would think twice and maybe more if they are that stupid.....that oh oh, the ID don't look like me......they won't let me charge.....................oh for days......
on June 26,2013 | 10:08AM
miss_laulau wrote:
When you use your debit card, you have to enter your pin. Depending on your bank, the card can be used as a debit or credit and the cashier will ask your preference. If credit, then no pin is required;however, an id will probably be required.
on June 26,2013 | 10:15AM
hanoz808 wrote:
you are correct.
on June 26,2013 | 11:03AM
false wrote:
You, that's exactly what the process is or at least I found to be.
on June 26,2013 | 11:11AM
ellemnop wrote:
Actually, now that I think about it, RARELY am I ever asked to show my I.D. whenever I use my debit card even if I use it as a credit. I guess this is why they say it's safer to use a major credit card verses a debit card. Major credit card companies wouldn't make you pay for fraudulent charges. That's something I'll think about in this ever increasing world of thieves and liars.
on June 26,2013 | 12:20PM
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