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Couple Arrested in Rancho Cucamonga Mail Theft Spree

A couple was arrested in connection with hundreds of mail theft crimes in Rancho Cucamonga



    Rancho Cucamonga Mail Theft Suspect Arrested

    A suspected mail thief and his girlfriend were arrested in a string of mail thefts that targeted Rancho Cucamonga residents. Angie Crouch reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015. (Published Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015)

    A couple was arrested in connection with a monthlong mail theft spree targeting hundreds of Rancho Cucamonga residents, officials said.

    Jason Moon and Teresa Goede, both 35, were arrested Oct. 8 and on Friday, respectively, and are being held on charges of identity theft, according to a San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department news release.

    Detectives received information from a concerned citizen about a suspicious vehicle near a community mailbox. The tip led detectives to identify Moon, who had an arrest warrant for identity theft, as the primary suspect in the mail thefts, officials said.

    Investigators served a search warrant at Moon's residence, but Moon was not found. A search turned up hundreds of pieces of stolen mail, homemade community mailbox keys, computers and printers used to make fraudulent checks, dozens of stolen checks made payable to Moon, and a loaded gun, authorities said.

    Goede, Moon's girlfriend, also had a felony warrant for identity theft, officials said.

    Moon was found in the attic a home in Ontario on Friday. Two other people were booked on suspicion of obstructing Moon's arrest, officials said.