Woman arrested, accused of 'skimming' credit cards on first day at Twin Peaks
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) —
A woman found herself behind bars after police say she was skimming credit cards on her first day working at a metro restaurant.
Oklahoma City Police Department reports show that Rachael Tyler, 34, was arrested June 7 on complaints of computer crimes and several city warrants.
Around 10 p.m. that day, officers were called to Twin Peaks, 6400 SW 3, after a manager at the business had observed an employee scanning customer's credit cards using a skimmer.
Surveillance video allegedly showed Tyler swiping the cards on a computer to pay for the customer's bill and then swiping the cards towards her pockets before giving it back to the customers. The skimmer was later found in Tyler's pocket.
The device connects to a computer via a USB port and stores the customer's bank account information.
Tyler was later arrested and booked into the Oklahoma County Jail.