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Six Men Indicted for Alleged Gas Skimmer Ring

Six men have been indicted by an Arizona grand jury for allegedly running an illegal credit card gas skimmer ring last year at 12 Valley gas stations, several of which were in Glendale.

The charges include fraudulent schemes and artifices, conspiracy, illegally conducting an enterprise, computer tampering, organized retail theft, and taking the identity of another person, according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

Brnovich said the six men are accused of encoding stolen credit card information onto a new card and using it to purchase diesel fuel between April 11, 2018, and December 20. The allegations span 31 separate occasions, 40 different victims and 12 different gas stations, including Circle K, Fry’s Fuel, Shell and QuikTrip… The Glendale Star

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