UNDATED -- A federal grand jury has indicted six people, including two Oklahomans, in a ID and counterfeit conspiracy.
They're accused of stealing identities and making counterfeit credit cards.
Prosecutors say between May and June the six used those cards to get hotel rooms, buy stuff and take cash advances from casinos in Tulsa and Grove.
The six are identified as 38-year-old Jonathan Vergnetti, 37-year-old Gabriella Jiminez, 35-year-old Robert Zabala, 39-year-old Barbra Jo Van Horn, 22-year-old Joseph Johnson and 21-year-old Cree Clapper.
Both Johnson and Clapper are from Oklahoma City.