VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Police have arrested three people for credit card theft after they say they tried to use a stolen credit card at Ruth’s Chris Restaurant on Sunday.
Shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday, Virginia Beach Dispatchers were contacted by employees who said three people had just used a stolen credit card number to attempt to pay their bill.
The owner of the credit card had alerted the restaurant staff that she got a fraud alert from her credit card company.
Police officers responded and located the suspects as they were leaving the restaurant.
The officers also located other fraudulent credit cards the suspects attempted to discard.
Dwayne Robert Session, 25, Andre Randall, 26 and Roget Kalid Smith, 25, all of Bronx, New York, were arrested.
The investigation revealed that the suspects had arrived in Virginia Beach from New York the week before and were staying in Town Center.
A search warrant was executed on the suspects’ room where officers found and seized property that was purchased in Virginia Beach and Norfolk with stolen credit cards.
The items that were recovered are valued at over $20,000.
The investigation is ongoing as detectives attempt to locate owners of the other stolen credit cards and other purchases made by the suspects.
Detectives are asking anyone with information to contact the Economic Crime Unit at 757-385-4101 or Crime Solvers at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.
Session was charged with Felony Credit Card Theft.
Randall was charged with Possession of a Credit Card Forgery, Attempt to Commit Credit Card Fraud, and Credit Card Theft.
Smith was charged with Credit Card Theft and Attempt to Commit Credit Card Fraud.
All three suspects are being held in the Virginia Beach Correctional Center without bond.