FAIRFIELD TWP. – Brian Inexperienced, 33, a New York Metropolis corrections officer, and Macgyver Beltran, 31, each of Brooklyn, N.Y., have been charged with bank card theft, identification theft and conspiracy on Saturday, Nov. 14.
About four p.m., police have been contacted by workers of Goal, on Route 46, reporting that two males have been trying to buy Goal reward playing cards utilizing stolen bank cards. The boys additionally have been suspected of the identical exercise on Tuesday, Nov. 10 and Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Officers discovered Inexperienced and Beltran outdoors the shop. Inexperienced had 11 credit score/debit playing cards and 13 Goal reward playing cards and Beltran had 13 credit score/debit playing cards and 27 Goal reward playing cards, police mentioned.
A minimum of 4 of the debit/bank cards have been within the names of different individuals and have been stolen and among the different playing cards had no names however had legitimate stolen bank card numbers, police added.
Goal safety staff recognized Inexperienced and Beltran as the boys who used stolen bank cards to buy Goal reward playing cards Nov. 10 and 11, utilizing surveillance video to assist make the identification, police mentioned.
Officers impounded a 2015 Land Rover that they imagine accommodates gadgets related to the crimes, together with Inexperienced’s Corrections Division service weapon.
Inexperienced and Beltran have been launched on their very own recognizance pending an look within the Superior Court docket in Essex County.
The investigation continues and addition fees could also be filed, police mentioned.