Two males face multiple felony charges after Savannah-Chatham Metro Police investigators tied them to several fraudulent transactions involving items stolen during a car break-in.
Naseer Parrish, 20, and Warren Harris, 26, were arrested without incident at a residence on the 700 block of West 46th Street. Evidence linking them to the investigation was found at the residence.
On Oct. 10, Metro responded to an entering auto report on the 300 block of East 51st Street. A wallet and checkbook stored in the vehicle were reported stolen during the incident. The same day, a suspect later identified as Parrish made several unsuccessful attempts at using the victim’s credit card at an area store. Also, Parrish was eventually identified as the suspect who made several purchases with the same stolen credit card on Oct. 20.
Investigators believe that on four occasions between Oct. 30 and Nov. 5, the victim’s stolen checks were fraudulently cashed by both Parrish and Warren.
Parrish is charged with four counts of felony identity fraud, one count of felony financial transaction card theft, one felony count of criminal attempt at financial transaction card fraud, four counts of felony financial transaction card fraud, one count of felony forgery in the 3rd degree, and two counts of misdemeanor forgery in the 4th degree.
Warren is charged with one count of misdemeanor forgery in the 4th degree.
This is an ongoing investigation.
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