Marion County Traffic Stop Results in Three Identity Fraud Arrests
Missouri Highway Patrol officials report three arrests for trafficking in stolen identities and money laundering following a traffic stop Friday.
Troopers initiated the stop on a car traveling along US 36 in Marion County. During the stop, a probable cause search of the vehicle yielded numerous cloned credit cards, gift cards and false identification.
Troopers say the occupants of the vehicle, 27-year-old Mark Glaster of Westland, Michigan, 24-year-old Devin Hill and 33-year-old Raymond Rapley of Inkster, Michigan, were arrested for felony trafficking of stolen identities and money laundering.
All three men are held in the Marion County Jail on $100,000 cash only bond.