Two arrested with ten fake credit cards

Tiarie Hall, left, and Ashley Mark. (Oklahoma County Jail)

Midwest City police arrested two 25-year-old suspects found to be in possession of 10 fake credit cards.

Both Ashley Mark and Tiarie Hall are accused of trying to use the fake credit card numbers at the Midwest City Sam's Club and at Sam's Club stores in Tulsa, Norman and Moore.

On August 13, police responded to the Midwest City Sam's Club after a complaint by the store's manager, who received pictures of three suspicious black women from the other stores. The manager told police he saw the three enter the store separately. One of the females caught on and left the store, entering the passenger seat of a black Chrysler 300 and being driven off.

The manager said Mark tried to check out a few items but was unable because her Sams membership card had been locked by the Moore Sams Club store.

Hall also tried to check out and asked to "handkey" her card number because the card was not working. She was denied and left the store.

Both Hall and Mark left the store and ran across the parking lot into the David Stanley Used Car Lot office. Employees told police the females went into the bathroom and had not come out.

When police entered the bathroom, they found ten credit cards and three Sam's Club membership cards in the trash can, under the trash bag. Police confirmed the credit cards and membership cards were fake. The women were also in possession of a fake Connecticut drivers license.

Both women were arrested and booked into the Midwest City Jail.

The third woman has not been identified.

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