Starting in January 2016, the trio used victims’ identifying information and accessed their Sprint and AT&T Wireless accounts, making themselves authorized users, police said. Then, the trio would go to local stores selling Apple products and buy phones, laptops and other items using victims’ Sprint and AT&T accounts, according to police. Those products were then sold for a cash profit, police said.
Marrero and Marlon Torres are currently being held without bond at the Gwinnett County Detention Center. Iris Torres has not yet been arrested on these charges.
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It all started on Monday when the officer pulled over to help what he thought was just a stranded driver.
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