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Fraud Investigation Ends in Multiple Felony Arrests

(ROSENBERG) – Rosenberg police have arrested three people after a Rosenberg resident told police a car was purchased in her name without her knowledge.

Kayla Barrow

On Thursday, Oct. 13, at approximately 12:31 p.m., Rosenberg Police Officers were notified by a resident that someone had fraudulently purchased a vehicle in her name without her knowledge or consent. The vehicle was scheduled to be delivered at the victim’s home that same day. Rosenberg Police Department Officers from the Strategic Enforcement Team acted quickly with the information and set up surveillance at the victim’s apartment complex. A Carmax delivery driver arrived with the vehicle and waited for the buyer to make the exchange.


Moments later a suspect vehicle arrived occupied by a male driver and two female passengers. A female passenger met with the Carmax driver and signed paperwork, purporting to be the victim and with the victim’s identification in hand. SET officers quickly moved in on the suspects before they could flee. All three suspects gave false identifying information to officers upon request.


The female suspect who fraudulently signed the paperwork for the vehicle was identified as

Alyssia Flores

28-year-old Kayla Barrow from La Porte. Barrow had an active warrant for her arrest for fraud and was found to be in possession of multiple identification documents for other people. Barrow was arrested for theft 30k-150k, fraudulent use/possession of Identifying Information, tampering with governmental document, fail to ID-fugitive and the warrant, which was for credit card or debit card abuse.


The second female suspect, identified as 24-year-old from Houston, had an outstanding parole warrant. In addition to the active arrest warrant, Flores was arrested for fail to ID fugitive, possession of a controlled substance and fraudulent use/possession of identifying information.

Stephen Moore

The male driver, identified as 31-year-old Stephen Moore from Houston, had multiple arrest warrants consisting of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, burglary of a habitation, child endangerment, and evading. Moore was arrested for the five active warrants along with charges of unlawful possession of firearm, failure to ID-fugitive, manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, possession of a dangerous drug and possession of a controlled substance.


“Our SET officers continue to do an exceptional job, and in this case took three criminals off our streets, likely preventing them from harming additional victims,” said Rosenberg Police Chief Jonathan White.



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