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KPD reports cases of stolen ID information used to defraud

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Last week the Kennedale Police weekly Incident Report listed several cases of personal identification used to steal money from the victim.
On Monday of last week (03/10), a victim reported to police that person(s) unknown had used her identifying information to open a bank account with Chase Bank. There were several outstanding checks on the account that were affecting the victim’s credit history. The checks were all written out of state and contained false personal information for the address and phone number. {{more}}
Then on Wednesday (3/12) another person reported that person(s) unknown had used her bank account and routing information to pass forged checks worth a total of $590.67. The victim had no idea how the suspect(s) obtained the information.
In other reports, a stolen vehicle was recovered, a traffic stop yielded illegal possession of a controlled substance (meth) along with numerous outstanding warrants and an individual was arrested on a charge of public intoxication.
Kennedale Police Department Weekly Incident report for March 9 -15, 2014
  • 3/10 Fraud use or Possession of Identifying Information; 600 block Fawn Meadows Tr.
  • 3/11 Possession Control Substance PG 1 < 1G; 5200 block SE Loop 820
  • 3/12 Recovered Stolen Vehicle (Other Agency); 300 block Spring Branch
  • 3/12 Forgery Financial Instrument; 400 block Municipal Dr.
  • 3/14 Burglary of Vehicle; 300 block W Kennedale Pkwy
  • 3/14 Criminal Mischief 1500 < 20K; 1000 block Estates Dr.
  • 3/15 Recovered Stolen Vehicle (Other Agency); 7000 block Kennedale Pkwy
  • 3/15 Public Intoxication; 1200 block W Kennedale Pkwy

These statistics are based on police reports. They do not include calls where no report was written. Some of the offenses, after further investigation may be deemed unfounded. In other words, this data should not be construed as official statistics.

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