YCSO: 1 arrested, 1 sought in stolen credit card case

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Mykel Pete Stevens (left) and Dominic Croslin By Christina O'Haver Mykel Pete Stevens (left) and Dominic Croslin By Christina O'Haver
Dominic Croslin By Christina O'Haver Dominic Croslin By Christina O'Haver
Mykel Pete Stevens By Christina O'Haver Mykel Pete Stevens By Christina O'Haver

PRESCOTT, Ariz. -- One person is in custody and another still on the loose in connection with the theft of credit cards during a vehicle burglary in January.

Dominici Croslin, 22, was arrested on Tuesday at a home in Prescott. A second suspect, Mykel Stevens, 23, has not yet been located.

A woman called Yavapai County sheriff's dispatchers on Jan. 27 to report her wallet containing credit cards, cash, and identification cards, including a Medicare ID displaying her social security number, were taken from her unlocked pickup truck.

The victim said that the suspects had already spent several hundred dollars using her bank credit card at Walmart and a local Mexican restaurant.

On Jan. 31, the deputy investigating the case was able to obtain video showing one of the suspects, possibly purchasing food at the Mexican restaurant in Prescott.

Officers from the Yavapai Tribal Police Department recognized the photos and suspect information from a recent case involving similar charges.

Yavapai County sheriff's deputies were able to identify the suspects.

Croslin was booked at the Camp Verde Detention Center on charges of theft, forgery, identity theft, fraudulent use of credit card and burglary.

He remains in custody on a $5,000 bond. Both Croslin and Stevens are on local probation.

People with information concerning the whereabouts of Stevens should call YCSO at 928-771-3260 or Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232. Refer to case number 15-003269.