The Richfield City Police Department arrested four people suspected of conducting fraudulent credit card activities Nov. 27. 

The suspects were found while officers were working a DUI shift and pulled a vehicle over for speeding. 

“They didn’t get a DUI with this one,” said Chief Trent Lloyd, Richfield City Police. 

However, the officers did find 34 fake identifications, 29 credit cards, four forged checks and equipment used for re-writing the magnetic stripes on credit cards. 

The search was conducted following the officer observing the smell of burned marijuana coming from the passenger compartment. 

All four occupants of the car were found in possession of marijuana, Lloyd said. 

Those arrested included Ja’Ir Cori Clark, 19, and Shazzar Satter, 19, both Sunrise, Florida; Jerome Johnson, 19, Lauderdale Lake, Florida; and Gary Estalis, 29, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

All four now face charges of marijuana possession and 10 counts possession of a stolen financial card. 

Satter also had an active full extradition warrant from the state of Colorado, and is being held in the Sevier County Jail with bail set at $100,000.

Clark and Johnson also had active out of state warrants for their arrests. 

Their bail, along with that of Estalis, was set at $10,000 each.

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