Two NH women arrested for transporting stolen goods through West Virginia
WHEELING, W.V. — Police arrested three people from the east coast of the U.S. for transporting roughly $17,000 worth of stolen Apple products, credit cards, and other electronic devices.
Local police in West Virginia noted a vehicle swerving and breaking traffic laws around 10:17 a.m. on May 13, 2017.
Upon pulling the vehicle over, one of the occupants gave officers a fake name and showed signs of suspicious behavior. After deploying a K-9 unit, drug paraphernalia was found along with several bags full of electronics. Officers eventually discovered that the items were stolen from the Columbus, Ohio area.
Among the stolen items were 12 different driver's licenses, 11 stolen credit cards, 16 Apple watches, five Apple MacBook Pros, three iPhone 7s, and a credit card reader.
Stephanie Lee Kenyon, 29 of Manchester, Courtney Elizabeth O'Brien, 28 of Nashua, and James Emanuel Gilmore, 34 Jamaica, New York, were arrested, arraigned and taken to a regional jail.
Kenyon was charged with interstate transporting of stolen property, conspiracy to commit a felony against the state, equipment for making counterfeit credit cards, traffic of credit cards
and credit card making materials, and fugitive from justice. O'Brien and Gilmore were both charged with interstate transporting of stolen property and conspiracy to commit a felony
against the state.