York girl accused when trying to get 2 iPhones with fraudulent ID, charge card

York girl accused when trying to get 2 iPhones with fraudulent ID, charge card

YORK COUNTY — A 21-year-old York girl has been faced with theft and medication costs after police say she attempted to purchase two iPhones on another customer’s account at a Verizon shop within the York Galleria Mall on Thursday.

Alexis Marie Mathis, regarding the 300 block of East King Street, is faced with theft by deception, identification theft, access unit fraudulence, control of a managed substance, control of handful of cannabis, and possessing the instruments of criminal activity, in accordance with Springettsbury Township Police.

Mathis had been arrested after police were called to the Verizon store by an employee who reported a woman attempted to buy two iPhone XX Maxi phones, valued at $1,160 each, with identification and credit card the employee believed were fraudulent thursday.

Police reported into the Verizon shop situated close to the mall’s food court, where in actuality the met a shop worker whom reported: