Multiple arrests made in Murfreesboro after incident at Walmart

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Three arrests were made in Murfreesboro that may have ties to other cities. Suspects from Florida were accused of using stolen credit card information on newly imprinted cards at local Walmart stores.

An employee at the Old Fort Parkway Walmart in Murfreesboro received a phone call from Nashville Metro Police to be on the lookout for several subjects who were going from store to store with stolen credit cards. Some of the cards were imprinted with information from stolen credit cards. Minutes after photos of the three suspects were circulated in Murfreesboro, the culprits were nabbed by Murfreesboro Police.

Charged with three counts of "Criminal Simulation" in Murfreesboro were 38-year old Iosbert Terga-Martinez, 37-year old Wilifrido Rodriguez-Mondejar and 40-year Osminy Romero-Farina. All three men are natives of Cuba, but live in Florida. From what we have been able to confirm, it looks as if additional charges could be filed in several other cities.

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MPD Arrest Report(s) 15-1462 A, B, C

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