Woman arrested in Plainfield with stolen mail and credit cards

Indiana State Police-

Plainfield, IN – Wednesday evening, at approximately 5:50, Trooper Dan Magnabosco located an unoccupied stolen vehicle in the parking lot of a business in the 2300 block of East Main Street in Plainfield. With further investigation, and the assistance of the Plainfield Police Department, the two people associated with the stolen vehicle were located. Both of the people physically resisted when officers attempted to detain them. The adult male was arrested and processed by the Plainfield Police Department. Trooper Magnabosco handled the arrest of 30 year old Bri Anne Williams of Whiteland, IN. At the time of the arrest, Williams was alleged to be in possession of: ‘

9 social security cards

14 identifications cards belonging to various individuals

46 checks / direct deposit forms

counterfeit moneytax documents belonging to various people
mail addressed to several different peoplenotebooks containing bank account information and PIN numbers

It is believed all the items recovered were stolen. This investigation is ongoing and there is no further information to release at this time. Williams was transported to the Hendricks County Jail and faces several charges involving allegations of resisting arrest and possession of stolen property. All crimes mentioned in this release are alleged and all suspects are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in court. 

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