Indicted Sisters Had $835,000 In Fake Money Orders

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(Memphis) Two Memphis sisters have been indicted for having stolen credit cards, state ID’s and more than $835,000 in phony money orders.

Danyal Reed, 26, and Annette Reed, 35, are charged with criminal simulation over $60,000 as well as identity theft trafficking.

Prosecutors say the arrests actually happened two years ago but the indictment was just handed up.

The arrests took place after a suspicious package was inspected at a FedEx shipping center and forged money orders were found inside.

The District Attorneys office says at least five people whose names were found on documents in possession of the sisters reported being victims of pick-pocketing and identity theft.

Both women are free on bond.






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