FBI Involved after Couple is Arrested for Multi-State Credit Card Fraud; Package Theft

A Las Vegas couple is in jail on more than 30 felony charges each after police responded to a Cedar City (Utah) hotel for unruly guests Saturday evening and walked into an alleged fake credit card manufacturing operation.

Ashley Huddy, 23, and Lance Dominique Mann, 29, both of Las Vegas, each face 37 third-degree felony counts, including 15 counts of unlawful acquisition of a financial card, 21 counts of identity fraud and one count of possession of a forgery device, along with two misdemeanor drug charges.

The charges stem from an incident Saturday evening in which officers responded to the La Quinta Inn in Cedar City after reports of drug use and guests who were being “problematic” to other guests, according to the probable cause statements filed in support of the arrests.

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When the suspect, later identified as Mann, opened the door, officers were confronted with the smell of marijuana from inside of the room. Drugs in the room were also in plain view of the officers, police say… St George News

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