Two Modesto women were arrested in Napa this week, allegedly for buying groceries with stolen credit cards, according to the Napa Valley Register.
The two suspects, Sasha Robles, 34, and Meagan Moore, 27, were stopped by police Tuesday after using the credit cards at a Safeway. In their vehicle, police found numerous stolen credit cards and personal identification documentation, according to the newspaper. Robles and Moore are suspected of using the cards at stores in various jurisdictions in Northern California. Their car was full of newly purchased items, including vacuum cleaners, Christmas decorations and office supplies.
Robles and Moore were booked at the Napa County jail on suspicion of burglary and theft.