by: Mike Petchenik Updated:
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - Two former Fulton County school bus drivers are facing charges they were running an elaborate
identity-theft ring out of a local hotel room.
When officers got to the room, they
"Upon visually looking into the room while speaking to her, they noticed numerous credit cards and gift cards laid out on the table," said Officer George Gordon.
Gordon said a search of the hotel room, the
"They acquire the correct name to use by using the magnetic scanner to
Petchenik confirmed the couple worked as bus drivers for the Fulton County school system. Spokeswoman Susan Hale confirmed the district only learned of the arrests after Channel 2 inquired
A woman who answered the door at the Wrights' Alpharetta apartment said they weren't home for comment. Petchenik reached Sherrod Wright by phone, and Wright said he would contact his attorney and get back in touch with Petchenik. So far, he's not heard back from Wright.
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