Open Corona Apartment Door Leads to Arrest of the Apartment Occupant

Open Corona Apartment Door Leads to Arrest of the Apartment Occupant

CORONA – An investigation into an open door in Corona led authorities to the finding of hundreds of credit cards.

On Sunday, April 1, 2018, at around 6:25 p.m. officers received a call reporting that the door to an apartment located in the 100 block of West Harrison Street was open and appeared to be damaged. Officers cautiously entered the apartment to verify that there were no suspects or victim inside the home.

During the search, officers located the credit cards, which included some already embossed and others blank. Imprinting machines used for credit cards and credit card skimming devices were also located in the home. As officers were still inside the home, Kenneth Leon Robinson, 52, who resided in the apartment home arrived home. Robinson was arrested for identity theft and theft and theft of counterfeit of access cards and account information.

The credit cards, all in Robinson’s name, with different account numbers were recovered as evidence. Robinson posted bail and has since been released from custody.

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