Four Arrested, Accused of Manufacturing Credit Cards

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A quartet of men were arrested early Monday morning after officers discovered evidence of fraudulent activity.

Police were called at 1:15 a.m. to an apartment complex in the 600 block of West Route 66 after a  resident reported a suspicious subject. During an investigation, officers found evidence that the subject and his three companions were manufacturing fraudulent credit cards, said Lt. Matt Williams of Glendora Police.

What was specifically found was not disclosed as the incident is still being investigated, Williams said.

Arrested were Robert Villalobos, 38, from Riverside; Manuel Arzola, 29, from Pico Rivera; Rosauro Arredondo, 28, from Montebello; and Rogelio Gonzalez, 33, from Pico Rivera.

All four were booked on suspicion of identity theft. Villalobos, Arredondo and Gonzalez were additionally booked on outstanding warrants. All are being held in the Glendora jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.

All four are scheduled for an initial appearance in the West Covina Courthouse August 26.