Three people charged with using counterfeit credit cards

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A Harrisburg woman and two men from New York face numerous charges involving the use of multiple counterfeit credit and debit cards in Lower Paxton Township.   Police responded to a call at about 4:30 am Monday of persons suspected of using fraudulent credit cards to buy gift cards at the Sheetz in the 4000 block of Union Deposit Road.  Officers located a vehicle described in the incident, a silver Chrysler Town and Country van in the parking lot of a McDonalds on Briarsdale Road.

The woman and two men inside were detained while it was verified that the credit cards used were counterfeit.  The suspects were identified as 29 year old DaWanna Robinson, of Harrisburg, 31 year old Kenneth NaQuan Reape, Jr., of Schenectady, New York and 37 year old Jamie Evans, of Brooklyn, New York.

Police also seized 27 counterfeit Visa and MasterCard credit/debit cards, merchandise and gift cards purchased with those cards. Police believe that the cards had been used numerous times between Lower Paxton Township and New York.

Charges against the trio include multiple counts of Access Device Fraud and Theft of Property Lost, Mislaid or Delivered by Mistake. Lower Paxton Township Police say their investigation continues.