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UPDATE: West Des Moines Police Arrest Two in Connection with Skimmer Case

Post Date:06/15/2018 9:00 PM

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UPDATE Case 18-02634 The West Des Moines Police Department have arrested two individuals in connection with this case:

Evaldo Cardozo Da Silva DOB: 02-23-1978 WMA Unknown Address

Jamily Silva Sousa DOB: 01-09-1992 WFA Unknown Address

These two individuals have been charged with the following:

On Going Criminal Conduct – Iowa Code 706A.2

Identity Theft –Iowa Code 715A.8

Forgery-Iowa Code 715A.2

Illegal Skimming Device- Iowa Code 715A.10

Credit Card Fraud-Iowa Code 715A.6

This investigation is ongoing. Lieutenant Anthony Giampolo will be available on Monday morning June 18, 2018 for further inquiries upon request.

 On June 12, 2018, the West Des Moines Police Department provided information to the public in relation to a case 18-2634. This case was taken on May 25, 2018 and is in reference to our fraud investigators locating a skimmer device on an ATM located at 1451 22nd Street in West Des Moines. In the days after locating this device, our department has received reports from other victims in relation to having their bank accounts and credit cards compromised. To date, the West Des Moines Police Department has taken over 30 cases. Our investigators have also been working diligently following up on leads since the discovery. On Friday June 15, 2018, our Criminal Investigative Unit followed up on a lead from a local banking institution. Our investigators worked closely with our partners in the business community and found some common trends in this investigation. At around 3:45 p.m. the West Des Moines Police took two persons of interest into custody in relation to the case back on May 25, 2018. Any media outlet that wants to do an interview can come to the West Des Moines Police Department at 7 p.m. Lieutenant Anthony Giampolo will be available at that time.

*A criminal charge is merely an accusation and a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.






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