Two women were arrested after Oklahoma City police found credit cards and identification cards connected with at least seven auto burglaries.
Jennifer Altanese Delancy, 29, and Cherish Dawn Mitchell, 24, were arrested Dec. 18 after the items were discovered in a rental vehicle that also had been reported stolen.
Delancy was arrested on complaints of unauthorized use of a motorized vehicle and receiving or concealing stolen property. Mitchell was arrested on complaints of possession of stolen credit cards, possession of a forged or counterfeit instrument and receiving or concealing stolen property.
Police ran a Pennsylvania license plate number and discovered the vehicle was registered to Hertz Rental Co. and had been reported stolen, according to the report.
Police found two licenses in Delancy's purse. One was a Florida driver's license reported stolen from a woman's car in September, according to the report.
Mitchell had two licenses in her purse, one belonging to a woman who reported her purse missing in February, police reported.
Police searched the vehicle and found a file of ID cards, credit cards and checkbooks, according to the report. The items are connected with at least seven auto burglary cases throughout 2012, police said.
Delancy told police she was borrowing the car from a man named “Python” after meeting him at a casino in Blanchard. The casino is where many unauthorized uses of the stolen credit cards were made, police reported.