Michigan Men Arrested In Tulsa With Dozens Of Counterfeit Credit Cards


Monday, April 6th 2015, 1:22 pm
By: News On 6


Police arrested two Michigan men on April 1 for using dozens of counterfeit credit cards at three Tulsa area Home Depot stores. 

Officers arrested Deion Stegall and Jamauri Gibson, both 22, at the Home Depot near 71st Street and Highway 169 on complaints of purchasing gift cards at self checkout lines using counterfeit cards. 

Police said the pair had also visited Home Depot stores near 91st and Delaware and near 41st and Sheridan.

They said Stegall and Gibson had flown to Tulsa from Michigan, rented a car and drove to the three stores. 

Police said both men had $5,000 in gift cards and 47 counterfeit MasterCard credit cards in the name of Sean Smith. Stegall also had a counterfeit Iowa driver's license in Smith's name, police said.

Police booked Stegall into the Tulsa County jail on 47 complaints of manufacture of a false credit card, five complaints of obtaining merchandise under false pretenses and one complaint of having a counterfeit driver's license. 

The booked Jamauri Gibson on 47 complaints of manufacture of a false credit card and five complaints of obtaining merchandise under false pretenses. 

Stegall is being held on $106,000 bond and Gibson on a $104,000 bond. Jail records show both men have a court appearance set for April 8.