OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Federal prosecutors have accused four men of stealing nearly 300 credit card numbers from drive-through customers at a McDonald's in Tulsa.
A complaint filed Thursday says a McDonald's worker told authorities that he used a handheld skimming device for three weeks to capture the customers' card numbers.
Daniel Jefferson, Godlive Tetty-Mensah, Stanjulfran Mensah and Bismark Baah are in jail on charges they re-encoded other cards to buy iPads and laptop computers. The McDonald's worker wasn't identified in the court filing.
Court records did not list attorneys for the men. A McDonald's spokesman didn't immediately return a message Friday.
An affidavit says investigators discovered 282 card numbers on a laptop found in a suspect's vehicle. Prosecutors say the cards had been used at a McDonald's on South Zurich Avenue in Tulsa.