Grand Island Police Arrest Man Accused of Fraud

Grand Island Police Arrest Man Accused of Fraud
Man busted for credit card fraud and theft. Details her e.

GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska. – Authorities in Grand Island busted a man on Tuesday believed to be responsible for a series of stolen credit cards and financial fraud.

Grand Island Police arrested Angel Martinez Coca on 52 criminal charges that range from first- degree forgery to criminal possession of a financial transaction device to  related to shoplifting.

According to investigators, the charges are connected to a series of fraudulent crimes dating back from February to July of this year.

Martinez Coca is also wanted in Sarpy County for Unauthorized Use of a Financial Transaction Device.

Complete list charges:
1 Count Warrant Arrest
2 Counts Aiding and Abetting a Felony
2 Counts Shoplifting
9 Counts Criminal Possession of a Financial Transaction Device
38 Counts 1st Deg. Forgery

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