Water theft leads to arrest of two in Antioch following discovery of large scale indentify theft ring

According to the Antioch Police calls for service summary in City Manager Steve Duran’s Weekly Report, dated August 19, 2016 – On Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 8:23 am officers were dispatched to 510 W. 10th Street because a neighbor was reporting that someone from 510 W. 10th Street was stealing water. It was determined that 510 W. 10th Street was a vacant building that 25 year old Jesse Perry and a 17 year old male were squatting in. Perry was found to have three warrants for his arrest.

The 17 year old originally used his cousin’s name but was identified through fingerprints and was found to have a warrant for his arrest. The building was searched and over 70 debit/credit cards, multiple stolen checks, driver licenses, multiple laptops, cell phones, tablets, a credit card reader were located. They also located a filing cabinet stolen during a burglary in Brentwood from DDS Jeffery Haug.

It was determined that Bingham and the 17 year old were involved in a large scale identity theft ring. They were both arrested on numerous fraud charges and for the warrants. Perry was sent to county jail and the 17 year old was sent to juvenile hall.

2 Comments to “Water theft leads to arrest of two in Antioch following discovery of large scale indentify theft ring”

  1. AnDrea says:

    Who can I contact to see if any of my stolen property was recovered? The thief that broke into the truck took a lot of sentimental items as well as personal items. Please contact me in order for me to possibly recover very important items.

    Thank you in advace for your copperation in this matter

    AnDreaa Neal

    • Publisher says:

      Sorry to hear about theft of your items.
      My advice is to contact the Antioch Police Department on their non-emergency line at 778-2441.
      Allen Payton, Publisher

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