This is your classic story of..."if crooks worked that hard at a real job they would be very successful."


But where's the fun in a regular job LOL. Allegedly, this woman fraudulently purchased a $45,000 ATV (holy moly) from a Kennewick business, using a fake ID. Now, I have a job and good credit, but I don't think I could apply for that loan without buzzers and alarms going off, and she did it using a bunch of fake info! How criminals avoid buzzers and alarms is beyond me. I guess they know stuff. Must be secret criminal-type stuff.

But outsmarting clever cops is not so easy. Once the lady got away with her $45,000 ATV, she flees Kennewick for a quieter hunting grounds. A place where they won't suspect her. But cops didn't just alert local businesses, they alerted the whole state and probably Oregon, Idaho, and Montana, too. So she waltzed into Vancouver, WA to try and snag an RV the same fraudulent way (allegedly), but her picture and evil ways have already been spread around. She smelled a rat during that transaction and boot-scooted before cops could arrive, but they tracked her down. She thought she still got away with the Kennewick heist, that is until KPD showed up in Vancouver to say 'howdy' and give her free transportation back to Benton County.

On 4-6-2021 at about 3:00 PM, a suspect female entered a business in the 3300 block of W 19th and used a false ID and...

Posted by Kennewick Police Department on Friday, April 30, 2021

 

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