Brooklyn Man Accused of Using Stolen Credit Cards

A Brooklyn man was arrested Friday and charged with using stolen credit cards after an investigation  by Suffolk County police.

Detectives from the Second, Fifth and Sixth Precincts have been investigating more than a dozen cases of credit cards stolen from vehicles, several of which were located in gym parking lots. Some of the stolen credit cards were used to purchase gift cards, Apple watches and other items.

Stanley Roney, 37, of  Brooklyn was arrested and charged with eight counts of fourth-degree grand larceny, 16 counts of criminal possession of stolen property fourth degree and 10 counts of  second-degree identity theft.

Roney is scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip on Sunday.

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