The Premiere Website For Police News In Texas

          

 
Click To Visit My Campaign Facebook Page


 

League City Credit Card Abuse Suspect in Custody [PHOTO]
League City Police Dept
   
 
More Today's News:
ߦ   Aransas Pass Police Activity Blotter
ߦ   Arrest Made In Indecency With A Child Offense
ߦ   Burnet County Sheriff - Inmate Arrest Summary
ߦ   Dallas Man Sentenced to 30 Years in Federal Prison for Role in Methamphetamine Trafficking Conspiracy
ߦ   DPS Interdiction Efforts Help Rescue 54 Endangered Children in 2015
ߦ   Former police chief sentenced in molestation case
ߦ   Fort Worth Woman Sentenced to 18 Months in Federal Prison for Harboring a Fugitive
ߦ   Haltom City Man Sentenced to 10 Years inFederal Prisonfor Role in Methamphetamine Distribution Conspiracy
ߦ   HCSO Response To Shannon J Miles Ruling
ߦ   Heroin Traffickers Sentenced
ߦ   Houston County Man Guilty of Violating Asbestos Work Practice Standards
ߦ   K-9 Mike retires after nearly a decade with the FBCSO
ߦ   KPD Arrests Bank Robbery Suspect
ߦ   Man Caught on Camera Stealing Package from Porch
ߦ   Paris Police Department Arrests Summary
ߦ   Photos of La Porte Convenience Store Robber
ߦ   Presidential Disaster Declaration Granted For Texas Counties
ߦ   US Marshal's Service - News Updates
ߦ   Working with Justice-Involved Women
ߦ   Employment
ߦ   Police News - Calendar of Events
ߦ   In Memoriam - Senior Police Officer James K. Campbell
ߦ   $7,500 Reward Offered for Most Wanted Fugitive from Houston
ߦ   Aggravated Robbery with a Deadly Weapon
ߦ   Aggravated Robbery/Officer Involved Shooting
ߦ   Aransas Pass Police Activity Blotter
ߦ   Arrest made by Constables
ߦ   Autism community angered by Mesa police shooting of transgender man in viral video
ߦ   Burnet County Sheriff - Inmate Arrest Summary
ߦ   Corpus Christi Police Patrol Report
ߦ   Deputies nab Home Burglar in Atascocita
ߦ   Does Predictive Policing Lead to More Police in Black Communities? Readers React
ߦ   DPS Seeks Leads in 1988 Double Murder in San Angelo
ߦ   Ex-CEO of McAllen-Based Trucking Company Sentenced in $11 Million Fraud Scheme
ߦ   Eye on Oversight: Medicare Part D Fraud

   Next >>
 
Search Archives:

League City Police Department
Officer Reagan Pena, PIO
Immediate Release

Credit Card Abuse Suspect in Custody


The League City Police Department, in partnership with Alvin Police Department and Constable Jerry Fisher’s Office identified and located the suspect in a July 3rd theft and credit card abuse case.

On July 3, 2014, an 82 year old Dickinson woman was grocery shopping at Wal-Mart when she realized her wallet had been stolen from her purse.  Fraudulent charges on the victim’s credit cards were made at Wal-Mart and several others within close proximity of the theft.  Our agency was able to obtain surveillance photos which were released on Facebook and to other law enforcement agencies in the area.

While working with the Alvin Police Department and local businesses, detectives were able to determine the identity of the suspect, Lisa Flowers, a 54 year old from League City.  On August 4, Constable Jerry Fisher’s Deputies McCammon and Murphy waited for the suspect in the parking lot of her apartment complex.  Deputies and League City Police Officers arrested Flowers today at 11:40 a.m. without incident.

Flowers is charged with Credit Card Abuse out of League City with a bond of $150,000. 

The League City Police Department would like to congratulate League City Officer Mickey Johnson for his diligent follow up investigation, Alvin Police Department Detectives Spears and Kelly, and Constable Jerry Fisher’s Office for successfully identifying and apprehending the suspect in this case.

The League City Police Department offers the following tips to prevent your wallet from being stolen:

·         Be aware of your surroundings. 

·         Always keep your valuables close to you.

·         Keep your purse zipped.

If your wallet is stolen:

·         Immediately file a police report.

·         Cancel your bank and credit cards.

·         Put a fraud alert on your name with credit reporting agencies.

·         Call the Social Security Administration Fraud Hotline if your social security card is stolen.

·         Get copies of your credit report.

Post a comment
Name/Nickname:
(required)
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
  Facebook   Share link on Twitter Tweet  
© 1999-2016 The Police News. All rights reserved.