Suspect uses fake IDs to open credit cards at North Point Mall in Alpharetta

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ALPHARETTA, Ga. – A Powder Springs woman was arrested Nov. 19 after allegedly using fake driver’s licenses to open store credit cards.

Employees at the Best Buy at North Point Mall told police the suspect, Amber Diane Weber, 22, of Powder Springs, opened a store credit card and charged $1,068 before employees suspected her driver’s license was a fake. She left the store. Police caught up with her on Ga. 400 where she was found to have another fake driver’s license on her, as well as a Macy’s credit card opened in that license’s name.

She claimed an unknown man gave her the two IDs and told her what to do with them. Both stolen IDs were from women in the state of New York.

Weber was charged with credit card forgery and identity fraud.

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