SEABROOK — The simple act of leaving his wallet on the counter helped police catch an Arizona man who will spend the next 12 months in jail, convicted of an elaborate credit card fraud scheme police traced back to New York state.
According to Seabrook prosecutor Scott Mendes, Gilbert Gonzales, 48, of 6632 East 42nd St., Tucson, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to fraudulent use of a credit card as part of a plea deal that reduced the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor.
A woman with three felony warrants for her arrest is the Duluth Police Department’s property crimes wanted person of the week.
Kelly Ann Scitzs, 34, of Duluth is wanted on warrants for cases involving check forgery, financial transaction card fraud, and mail theft. She is white, 5 feet 2, 150 pounds, with green and brown eyes.