A Hialeah woman was arrested Tuesday by the Economic Crimes Unit after she allegedly attempted to make purchases with several fraudulent credit cards at the Wal-Mart in Englewood.
Security personnel said they became suspicious when a female, later identified as Yaquelin Diaz-Delgado, 36, and her male companion used different registers to use multiple credit cards to make purchases.
Diaz-Delgado was located inside the ladies restroom in possession of Wal-Mart shopping bags. Deputies recovered several credit cards and gift cards in the ladies' room toilet.
Sgt. Jon Fullerton said he checked the recovered credit cards and found they were not in company systems. The information contained within the magnetic strips of the cards also was not correct and were determined to have been fraudulently made.
Yaquelin Diaz-Delgado faces charges of forgery of credit cards and fraudulent use of credit cards. She was released on a $5,000 bond.
No charges were filed against the male companion. The investigation continues.