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Two Booked for Recent Fraud Related Crimes in North Tulsa

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Crystal Martinson Crystal Martinson
Seth Wahnee Seth Wahnee

Two Tulsa residents were taken into custody earlier this week for their roles in recent fraud related crimes.

Police arrested Crystal Martinson and Seth Wahnee on more than 50 complaints each of identity theft and possession of forged instruments.

Investigators with the Financial Crimes Unit announced that Martinson and Wahnee are behind recent crimes that took place in the area around 66th Street and Evanston.

According to a statement from TPD, both suspects are suspected of taking part in the fraud related crimes in the past few months. Martinson also was arrested for a similar crime on Jan. 22.

Detectives added that the victims of the recent crimes will be notified this week. Anyone with additional information should contact Crime Stoppers at 918 596 COPS.

 

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