San Rafael police arrested a Sacramento woman Thursday on suspicion of using and possessing fraudulent credit cards, a police sergeant said. Rio Frazier, 22, was booked in Marin County Jail on suspicion of commercial burglary, obtaining access card information, identity theft and theft by means of a forged access card. Her bail is $250,000, Sgt. Lisa Holton said. Frazier is suspected of using a stolen credit card at a gas station in the 900 block of Francisco Boulevard East around 11 a.m. Thursday, Holton said.
The clerk gave a description of the woman and the car she drove onto northbound U.S. Highway 101. Police Cpl. Ryan Cogbill spotted the suspect’s vehicle in a parking lot of the Northgate Mall, and Officer TJ Collins arrested Frazier in one of the mall’s stores, Holton said. In her purse, Frazier had five stolen credit cards that were used at numerous businesses in Marin County, Holton said. Police are contacting financial institutions and identifying the account holders who were victimized, Holton said.
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