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CHARLESTON -- A investigation of a car parked in a road led to the arrests of a man and woman for having fraudulent debit cards and other offenses.

They were identified as Abioloa Jacoori Abosede, 24, 1121 W. Polk Ave., Charleston, and David D. Washington, 24, of South Holland, according to a news release from the Coles County Sheriff's Office.

The release said the they were arrested after a vehicle was reported parked in the road on Illinois Route 130 in Charleston Township about 8:20 a.m. Friday. Washington was the vehicle's driver and Abosede was a passenger, it said.

The release said more than two dozen fraudulent debit cards and stolen bank information were among the items found in the vehicle.

Also found were 25 cartons of cigarettes and 12 bottles of liquor suspected of being purchased fraudulently from a local business, it also said.

The release said the two suspects admitted using the fraudulent debit cards in Illinois, Missouri, Indiana and Oklahoma during the last two months. Investigations in other jurisdictions are pending, it said.


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