Two other alleged co-conspirators — Lytzy Ivet Herrea, 18, of Powder Springs, and 19-year-old Noemi Ramirez of Marietta — were also charged with felony theft by deception. Herrea allegedly applied 13 fraudulent credit card refunds totaling $1,792 to her personal debit and credit cards. Ramirez allegedly committed the same act by applying 17 refunds totaling $2,876 to her personal credit/debit card, according to arrest warrants.
Five of the defendants are charged with misdemeanor theft by deception for allegedly defrauding the farmers market of money ranging from $367 to $756, as outlined in arrest warrants issued for them: Nesreen Ayyad, 20, of Marietta; Jamie Lopez, 22, of Marietta; Brianna Luis of Smyrna; India Walker of Marietta; and Alberto Perez-Atrian, 21, of Marietta.
Nesreen, Ayyad, Lopez, Ramirez and Atrian were all booked into the Cobb County jail and were released on bond. Luis and India Walker have not turned themselves in to authorities, according to jail records. Herrea remains held on a $2,420 bond.
The Austell International Farmers Market at 3565 Austell Road SW Suite 1033 in Marietta has a variety of food products from local vendors, according to its Facebook page. A call was placed to the Farmers Market, and a person who answered the phone said the manager was not available for comment.
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