ID Numbers and Photographs Lead to Charges for Woman with Stolen Cell Phones | News


Williamsport, Pennsylvania – State Police say they arrested a South Williamsport woman who allegedly tried to sell two stolen iPhones.

The phones were allegedly stolen from Wal-Mart in July 2021, according to police.

Private Brian Moore said he was contacted by Montour Wireless on July 21, 2021, who informed him that they had just purchased two phones. An investigation of the phone’s IMEI numbers showed a match for the two phones reported stolen.

According to the report, Montour Wireless provided information showing Alicia Hunter, 33, of South Williamsport, brought the phones to the store and sold them. An employee said Hunter gave them his ID for the transaction. A photograph taken at the cell phone kiosk was also used to help identify Hunter.

Court records show Hunter was charged with a third-degree felony for receiving stolen property and released on an unsecured $10,000 bail. A preliminary hearing ended for Hunter on March 28.

In August 2021, Hunter pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, according to a public court summary.

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