An Iowa City woman has been arrested for her alleged involvement in a scheme that used an unsuspecting person’s credit card to purchase a used car here.
According to police, 23-year-old Suzey Miller of Princeton Road conspired with others to use ID information of a victim in California to purchase a vehicle at #1 Auto on Southgate Avenue.
The transaction value for the vehicle came to $3016.
The victim disputed the charge on their credit card, and the chargeback was assessed to the business.
Miller allegedly provided her ID for purchase and at the Johnson County Treasurer’s Office to title the vehicle. When interviewed by law enforcement, Miller reportedly admitted involvement in the scheme.
She’s been charged with 2nd degree theft and identity theft over $1500, and could be sentenced to over ten years in prison if convicted.