Six other members of the group connected with an international organization await sentencing.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Alex Keown
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Shanekie D. Head of Georgia was sentenced to six months in jail for her part in connection with an international fraud group operating out of Naperville. the Naperville Sun reported. Head pleaded guilty to a felony charge of participating in a continuing financial crimes enterprise. She was sentenced Dec. 27 in DuPage County. Head, 28, was also placed on four years of probation, the Sun reported. In October an investigation by Naperville police revealed the group was posting fake listings on Craigslist to commit fraud. Authorities recovered more than 50 fraudulent money/wire transfers and 62 counterfeit identification cards, as well as numerous passports. A makeshift lab was also found containing computers, specialized printers and fake …
Naperville police said a group of Georgia residents have been charged with theft and forgery after they conducted a fraud operation out of Naperville.
Seven Georgia residents were arrested and charged Monday in connection with an international fraud group operating out of Naperville, according to a Naperville Police Department press release. After an investigation revealed the group was posting fake listings on Craigslist to commit fraud, police said they arrested Darrick L. Jordan, 23; Sierra S. Chambers, 25; and Jacqueline C. Gibson, 46, all of Decatur, GA, around 1 p.m. Monday. Police also charged Alicia Y. Jordan, 38, of Clarkston, GA; Rickey L. Gibson, 43, of Atlanta; Decopeland S. Harris, 41 of Conley, GA; and Shanekie D. Head, 28, of Scottsdale, GA. All seven were charged with identity theft and forgery. Authorities recovered more than 50 fraudulent money/wire transfers and 62 …