Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Seizes Numerous Fraudulent Pieces of Identifying Information

By: Lieutenant Scott Spencer
| Published 12/21/2020

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CONROE, TX -- On December 16, 2020, at about 3:00 am, a Deputy with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office was on patrol in the area of Willis Waukegan and Ramzi Road due to a recent number of burglaries in the area. While patrolling, the Deputy observed a silver Chrysler 300 commit a traffic violation, at which time the Deputy conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the 11700 block of Willis Waukegan.

The driver of the vehicle was identified as Amber Cunningham, a 41-year-old white female who was found to have two active warrants, and was subsequently placed in custody. Per policy, an inventory of the Chrysler was completed prior to being towed. During the inventory, Deputies discovered multiple credit cards and other forms of identification belonging to other persons inside Cunningham's purse. Detectives later interviewed Cunningham regarding the information found in her purse, and learned that Cunningham acquired the stolen credit and debit cards through multiple sources. Detectives also learned that Cunningham created fraudulent state identification cards for herself and several of her friends., and that the computers and printers used to create the fraudulent identification documents were at the Motel 6 located at 820 111-45 South, in Conroe, TX. A search warrant for the hotel room was executed, and several computers, printers, additional fraudulent documents, and what is believed to be narcotics were seized from the hotel room.

Cunningham was booked into the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Jail on the two outstanding warrants, and Detectives anticipate filing additional charges. This an on-going investigation as there are believed to be additional individuals that have fallen victim to Cunningham's illegal activity.

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