PLAINFIELD, Ind. — A Whiteland woman is facing charges after police found several pieces of stolen mail and credit cards in her possession during an investigation.
An Indiana State Police trooper spotted a vehicle that had been reported stolen unoccupied in a parking lot in the 2300 block East Main Street in Plainfield Wednesday evening. The trooper, working with the Plainfield Police Department, located two people associated with the stolen vehicle.
According to state police, both suspects resisted when officers tried to detain them. Eventually, Plainfield police officers arrested an adult male, while ISP Trooper Dan Magnabosco handled the arrest of 30-year-old Bri Anna Williams.
When she was arrested, state police said Williams had nine Social Security cards, 14 ID cards belonging to various individuals, 46 checks or direct deposit forms, counterfeit money, tax documents belonging to various people, mail addressed to several different people, and notebooks with bank account and PIN information.
Investigators believe all of the items were stolen, though the investigation is ongoing.
Williams was taken to the Hendricks County Jail. She is facing charges including counterfeiting, theft, fraud and resisting law enforcement, according to court records.