Three Florida residents arrested in Collier in identity theft cases

Three Florida residents arrested in Collier in identity theft cases

NAPLES — Three Florida residents were arrested Friday on felony identity theft charges when authorities said they found a list of more than 100 names, birthdates, addresses and Social Security numbers after troopers stopped a speeding SUV in Collier County.

Jeremy Anthony Clark, 22, of Palmetto Bay; his sister, Victoria Traci Clark, 29, of Homestead; and Robert Calvin Jones III, 24, of Pembroke Pines, were charged with possessing or using another person’s ID without consent.

Troopers stopped Jones near the 97 mile marker of Interstate 75 along Alligator Alley after radar showed he was driving 94 mph in a 70-mph zone, according to a Florida Highway Patrol arrest report, which said Jones provided a license that used Jeremy Clark’s name.

Reports show the men gave conflicting stories about where they were going, appeared nervous and Jeremy Clark let them search the SVU, which turned up several cell phone contracts.

When a customer on a contract list was called, he denied having a contract or letting anyone use his ID. While in a patrol car equipped with a video and audio recorder, Jeremy Clark called his sister on speaker phone, and she asked if troopers had found the list, a report said.

She was arrested when she came for the SUV, an arrest report said.

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