On Saturday around 5:15pm Greenwich Police responded to a store at 205 Greenwich Ave on a report of fraudulent credit card activity.
Officers observed two men exiting the store. They were later identified by their New York licenses as Kimaley Olando Barrett, 24, of 1200 53rd Street in Brooklyn and Dwayne Michael Powell, 23 of 1516 Remsen Ave in Brooklyn.
Also, investigation revealed that a third person, Tamoya Miller, 22, of 14019 172nd Street in Jamaica, NY, had driven the men and was waiting for them in a 2016 Mercedes C30 outside the store as they purchased items totaling $2,940.58 with a fraudulent credit card that displayed Barrett’s name but belonged to another customer.
Ms. Miller was charged with Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 4. She was unable to post her $5,000 bond and has a date in Stamford Superior Court on May 13, 2019.
Investigation revealed that Powell was with Barrett while he purchased the items on the fraudulent credit card. Search incident to the arrest revealed that Powell had several other fraudulent credit cards hidden in his boots.
Police say that during the investigation, Powell continued to change his story and lie to officers.
Powell was charged with Larceny 4, Illegal Sale/Buy with Payment Card, Illegal Production/Payment Card, Identity Theft 3, Forgery 3, and Interfering with an Officer. His bond was set at $75,000.
As for Barrett, police say he also continued to change his story and lie to police.
he was charged with larceny 4, Illegal Sale, Illegal Sale/Buy with Payment Card, Less than $500 on Revoked Payment Card, Illegal Production/Payment Card, Identity Theft 3, Criminal Impersonation, Forgery 3, and Interfering with an Officer. His bond was set at $150,000, which he was unable to post.