October 30, 2006 Colleyville
Forgery Ring That Hit Local Business Captured…
Foreman’s General Store is located on Hwy 26 near the Cheek Sparger intersection
|With the arrest of Gilbert Wayne Rosson, 39, by Colleyville Police on Monday, all three suspects in a criminal identity theft and burglary ring have been rounded up and sent to the Tarrant County slammer for passing a series of forged checks to Foreman’s Feed Store for work equipment this summer.|
Tammy Lynn Campos, 36 above and boyfriend Kent Leito her 48 year old boyfriend on right have been arrested.
The story starts out several months ago with a Fort Worth woman who had parked her car one night in a TCU parking lot while she attended an exercise class. Two hours later, when she returned to her car, she discovered it had been broken into and her credit cards, personal identification and bank checks had been stolen from the vehicle, and consequently, her good name.
Along with this woman’s personal information, the gang is suspected of acquiring additional identities by similar Burglaries of Motor Vehicles.
Capture of the ring, while holding some satisfaction, is not much else in the way of consolation for the Colleyville business, since the equipment appears to have been resold cheaply and very quickly by the trio out of the back of a truck in apartment parking lots.
Credit goes to the Colleyville Police, Mansfield and Fort Worth PDs, for information sharing over the past few months to put the gang behind bars.