A 31-year-old Oakland resident was arrested for allegedly stealing an identity, then charging up more than $3,000 at several stores.
When arrested Porsche Holloway on March 22, they found a credit card embossing machine, several laptops, blank credit cards, other victims' personal information, and things bought through unlawful means. They also found a loaded hangun, stolen out of Oregon, according to a statement sent out by Sgt. Kurt Schlehuber.
In mid-March, Vacaville residents called the police department in that city to report $3,500 in fraudulent charges on a credit card — all at Stoneridge on March 3.
Pleasanton police talked with store employees and watched surveillance footage, and were able to identify the suspect.
Holloway was booked at Santa Rita Jail on four felony counts; burglary, grand theft, unlawful use of an access card and identity theft.
Pleasanton detectives are following up with the additional victims in this case for possible additional charges.