Warrant for Weed Nets Rockford Man: Police Blotter
Identity theft and fraud tap into families' accounts.
SATURDAY, FEB. 23
Registration check reveals revoked license
Caruth Coco, 32, Rockford was pulled over at Rout 30 and Interstate 80 after police ran a registration check of his vehicle. Turns out he was driving on a revoked license and had no valid insurance. A computer check of information on the passenger in the car, Shara Parks, 36, Rockford, indicated that she was wanted on a warrant for possession of marijuana.
The two were ticketed and released on bond.
Computer check signals violation
Marilu Zavala, 32, Joliet, was stopped in her car at Washington Street and Kenmore Avenue, after a random registration check. According to the report, she was driving on a suspended license. Consequently, she was ticketed and released.
Unauthorized withdrawal from checking account
Someone from the 1000 block of Edmonds Avenue filed a complaint when it was discovered that an unauthorized sum was withdrawn from a checking account. Police are investigating the incident as fraud.
A resident from the 1000 block of Midnight Pass notified police that someone had charged an out-of-state purchase on his account. Police are investigating the incident.
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