Greenwich Police have arrested three people in connection to an incident allegedly involving fraudulent use of a credit card at a high-end store on Saturday.
Officers were called to the Saks Fifth Avenue store on Greenwich Avenue after getting a report from store asset protection investigators of possible fraudulent credit card activity.
Police said they saw two men, later identified as 24-year-old Kimaley Olando Barrett and 23-year-old Dwayne Michael Powell, both of New York, leaving the store.
According to investigators, 22-year-old Tamoya Miller, of New York, drove Barrett and Powell to the store and waited for them outside while they purchased items totaling $2,940.58 with a fraudulent credit card. The card displayed Barrett's name, but belonged to another store customer.
A search revealed that Powell had several other fraudulent credit cards hidden in his boots, police said.
During the investigation, Powell continued to change his story and lied to police, officers said. He was arrested and is facing multiple charges including larceny, identity theft, forgery and interfering with an officer. He was unable to post his $75,000 bond.
Investigators said Barrett also continued to change his story and lied to officers throughout the investigation. He was arrested and is facing charges including larceny, identity theft, criminal impersonation, forgery, interfering with an officer and illegal sale / buying of a payment card. His bond was set at $150,000, which police said he was unable to post.
Miller was also arrested and is facing charges including conspiracy to commit larceny. She was unable to post her $5,000 bond.
Barrett, Miller and Powell are all due in court on May 13.