Couple arrested after using false identity to purchase luxury cars

Couple arrested after using false identity to purchase luxury cars-PROVIDED 

COLUMBIA, SC (WACH)-- The Richland County Sheriff's Department have arrested two individuals wanted for numerous counts of forgery and credit card fraud.

Dwayne Eigner and Tyease Mosley both turned themselves in to the RCSD after deputies issued a search warrant for them on Aug. 25.

According to Sheriff Leon Lott, Eigner and Mosley stole a victim's identity to purchase an Audi Q7 at the Audi Dealership on Two Notch Road late July.

Investigators later discovered that Eigner and Mosley used the victim's identity to purchase additional high price vehicles; a Maserati Ghibli, a Chevy Corvette and a Ford F450 across multiple states.

Investigators conducted a search warrant at Eigner and Mosley's home on Duck Pointe and seized numerous laptops and computers in an effort to determine if the two will face any additional charges.

Mosley turned herself in around 11 a.m. August 28. Eigner turned himself in over the Labor Day weekend.

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