Friday, November 16, 2012
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Gwinnett Daily Post
DULUTH -- A Stone Mountain man is accused of purchasing a Land Rover and a Chevrolet Suburban using someone else's identity.
A Gwinnett County Police incident report said that Loumario Holmes, 28, purchased the vehicles from Lou Sobh GMC Buick Mitsubishi at 2473 Pleasant Hill Rd. in Duluth on Sept. 4 with a fraudulent Tennessee driver's license. The report said the alleged victim filed an identity fraud report 11 days later that said someone unknown to him purchased the vehicles.
Holmes and an unknown black male used the victim's birth date and social security number without authorization.
The Suburban is a 2011 model valued at $48,500, the report said.
On Sept. 21, Holmes contacted a sales manager at the dealership to purchase a third vehicle, but police have been unable to locate Holmes at a Stone Mountain address where they believe he lives.
Records do not show Holmes currently in the Gwinnett jail.
Warrants were filed last week that accused Holmes of four counts of identity fraud and four counts of theft by taking.
During the investigation to find Holmes, police searched several addresses, and spoke with an assistant manager of the Glenwood East Apartments in Atlanta. The manager told police that Holmes moved out of the complex in July 2011, but owed the complex $1,215.