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Two Individuals Arrested For Over 300 Felony Crimes (Photo) - 05/21/20

Yesterday, May 20, 2020, investigators assigned to the Detective Coordination Team, North and East Precinct's Neighborhood Response Teams and the Special Emergency Reaction Team conducted a search warrant in the 5600 block of Southeast 117 Avenue regarding an ongoing theft investigation.

During the service of the warrant, 20-year-old Daimarvion Lambert was taken into custody and evidence recovered.

During the continued investigation, 19-year-old Jazman Moore was arrested during a traffic stop later in the day.

The investigation continues but both suspects were lodged into the Multnomah County Detention Center on the below charges.

Lambert: 102 counts of identity theft, 8 counts of aggravated identity theft, 36 counts of forgery in the first degree, 66 counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and 26 counts of theft of first degree.

Moore: 20 counts of identity theft, 2 counts of aggravated identity theft, 14 counts of forgery in the first degree, 18 counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, 18 counts of theft in the first degree and 2 counts of computer crime.

Moore was posting recruitment ads on social media platforms to entice younger community members to offer their bank cards and PINs. Moore then deposited stolen and forged checks into bank accounts as way to get money. Many of those targeted were juveniles. In some instances the parents of these victims suffered huge losses from bank fees associated with overdraft charges.

"Our officers and detectives continue to work tirelessly to hold prolific suspects like these accountable for the disruption they cause in this community," said Assistant Chief of Investigations Andrew Shearer. "We do this to bring some comfort to the victims of these crimes."

This is an on-going investigation and no more information can be released at this time. But as a reminder, never give your debit card or PIN to strangers.

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