A Mission resident identified as Prisila Anzaldua was arrested by Special Agent Aguilar on September 23rd.
Anzaldua is accused of using another woman’s information to pay bills. According to the criminal complaint on or about September 9th the woman used identifying information of a business known as Triple G. Livestock, LLC, to pay bills to Ambit and AT&T.
The business owner, Zulma Garza noticed an amount of $151.04 was paid to Ambit Energy through her business account. When she contacted her bank she learned that a second transaction in the amount of $685.12 to AT&T was also made. Garza was able to get information for the person that had made the transactions and filed a report with Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Assn. She also forwarded all the information she had to Special Ranger Aguilar.
When Anzaldua was questioned she confessed to taking a picture of a check made out to Cesar Rosales from Triple G Livestock. She had access to the check because it was her job to deposit checks for her employer. She then made personal payments using the routing and account number on the check.
Prisila Anzaldua was arrested and charged with fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, a state jail felony. She was released the same day on a $5,000 PR bond set by Justice of the Peace Chuy Alvarez.