Solano County Woman Accused of Identity and Mail Theft; Police Identify 29 Victims So Far

Solano County Woman Accused of Identity and Mail Theft; Police Identify 29 Victims So Far

Solano County authorities have arrested a Suisun woman on suspicion of identity theft, as well as at least twenty-nine suspected incidents of mail theft.

Fairfield police opened an investigation in August after a woman reported that her newly issued driver’s license had never been delivered, and that she believed it had been stolen in the mail.

The woman’s debit and credit cards had also been recently used without her knowledge and, upon checking her credit report, she discovered that someone had used her information to purchase a Mercedes at a local dealership, police said.

On September 15, an officer pulled over the Mercedes and detained the occupants — a man and a woman. Also in the vehicle were several documents with the victim’s name on them, as well as mail belonging to other people. A total of twenty-nine victims have been identified so far, police said.

The woman, identified as 37-year-old Ondraya Wroten, was arrested and booked on a variety of charges related to identity- and mail theft.

Solano County Woman Accused of Identity and Mail Theft; Police Identify 29 Victims So Far was last modified: September 28th, 2022 by admin
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