State troopers arrested a Whiteland woman who they say stole social security cards, IDs, checks and more.
Bri Anne Williams, 30, was arrested by Indiana State Police troopers in Plainfield Wednesday evening. She is currently held at the Hendricks County jail on charges of counterfeiting, resisting law enforcement and theft, according to jail records.
Williams was arrested after an ISP trooper found an unoccupied stolen vehicle in the parking lot of a business located on the 2300 block of East Main Street in Plainfield. After further investigation with assistance from the Plainfield Police Department, two people associated with the stolen vehicle were located, according to an Indiana State Police news release.
Both of the people — Williams and an adult male — physically resisted when officers tried to detain them. The adult male was not identified by ISP, and he was arrested by Plainfield police. Williams was arrested by ISP, police say.
When Williams was arrested she was allegedly in possession of nine social security cards, 14 ID cards belonging to various people and 46 checks/direct deposit forms. She was also in possession of counterfeit money, tax documents belonging to various people, mail addressed to several different people and notebooks containing bank account information and PIN numbers, according to ISP.
All of the items are believed to have been stolen, ISP says.
The investigation remains ongoing, and police say there is no further information that can be released at this time.