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The department said a Flock license plate reader captured the tag number and put it in the Flock alert system, which is an online database connected to a series of license plate readers in neighborhoods.
One of those license plate readers alerted police that the vehicle has just driven by. Cops found the SUV on Monday.
Inside the vehicle, police said they found eight credit cards with different names, 17 pieces of mail with assorted names and drugs.
Department spokesman Sgt. Sam Worsham said that officers searched Brown’s home and found hundreds of pieces of mail with various names and addresses that didn’t belong to Brown.
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Brown has multiple credit card fraud charges because he is also the suspect in a case from April in which a man ordered an American Express card to his Sandy Springs home that he never received. The victim then saw the card had $59,000 of charges, police said. He also found that five AmEx cards had been taken out with his information.
Anyone with information about Brown can call Sandy Springs police at 770-551-6949 or email them, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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