ID fraud at Woodville Park, South Australia

Seven people will face court after police allegedly found them in possession of, and printing, a large number of fake ID cards in Woodville Park today.

Today, Monday 24 May following an investigation, Western District Detectives attended and searched an address on Jeanette Street.

Inside, police allegedly located large number of identity cards that were suspected of being stolen or fraudulently obtained, ID cards being printed, and small amounts of methamphetamine and equipment.

Four people were arrested and charged they were:

-33-year-old Woodville Park woman, theft and unlawful possession.

-43-year-old Woodville Park woman, theft and unlawful possession.

-34-year-old Kent Town woman, theft and unlawful possession.

-41-year-old Woodville Park man, theft, unlawful possession and possessing controlled drug.

They were all refused bail and will appear in the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court tomorrow, Tuesday 25 May.

Three people were reported and will face court at a later date.

-27-year-old Kilkenny man controlled drug and equipment.

-49-year-old Forestville man unlawful possession and possessing controlled drug.

-31-year-old Woodville Park woman unlawful possession, possessing equipment and two unrelated matters.

The investigation remains on going, police ask anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report on line at www.crimestopeprssa.com.au – you can remain anonymous.

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