4 arrests after deputies find fake credit cards

MARSHALL, Mich. (WOOD) — Deputies say they arrested four people after finding more than 150 stolen or cloned credit cards.

On Wednesday, Calhoun County sheriff’s deputies received a report of a possible credit card fraud near Marshall.

Deputies found the suspect vehicle with four occupants from the Chicago area. After searching the vehicle, deputies found more than 150 stolen or cloned credit cards from foreign countries, several thousands of dollars in cash and more than 60 cartons of cigarettes.

All four suspects have been lodged at the Colhoun County Jail on felony fraud charges.

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