These men were arrested in connection with a skimmer found on a pump at a Dover gas station: (left) Adrid Gamez-Ferdinand, 39, of Miami, Florida; (center) George-San Millan, 46, of Austin, Texas; (right) Michel Olivera-Fernandez, 30, of Lousiville, Kentucky.
New Philadelphia, Ohio (WJER) - The three men accused of attaching a credit card skimmer to a gas pump at the Dover BP station last week have been arraigned in New Philadelphia Municipal Court.
Thirty-nine-year-old Adrid Gamez-Ferdinand, 46-year-old George-San Millan and 30-year-old Michel Olivera-Fernandez appeared by video Monday for their arraignment. The men are originally from Cuba, and two so far have been verified as US citizens. The trio’s last known addresses stretch through Texas, Florida, and Kentucky.
Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Ryan Styer says the men were arraigned using an interpreter on breaking and entering charges for which Judge Nanette DeGarmo Von Allman set bail at $15,000 each. All three posted bond later that evening and were released from the Tuscarawas County Jail. They are scheduled to appear in court again Thursday for a preliminary hearing.