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Police find papers on 30 ID theft victims from 4 states

Yolanda Drone (Source: Forrest City Police Department) Yolanda Drone (Source: Forrest City Police Department)

 

FORREST CITY, AR (KAIT)  - The Forrest City Police Department Criminal Investigation Division is investigating a woman for financial identity theft and credit card fraud.

Police say Yolanda Drone, 33, of Forrest City, was arrested in connection with several identity theft cases after investigators found the records of over 30 people stored at her home. All, of which, appear to live in Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, and  Michigan.

Police say the records indicate the victims' information may have come from a document storage company in Memphis, but  can't confirm their suspicions just yet.

Police say the investigation continues and more charges are expected. 

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