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US v. Jorge Consuegra-Rojas     18-CR-028

Case Summary:

On February 15, 2018, Consuegra-Rojas was charged in the Western District of Wisconsin with multiple crimes related to access device fraud and possession of counterfeit access devices.  Consuegra-Rojas and another individual were arrested in Mauston, Wis., on September 12, 2016, after attempting to use a counterfeit credit card at a Festival Foods store.  A search of Consuegra-Rojas’s vehicle revealed counterfeit credit cards, false identification documents, 280 gift cards, multiple cellular telephones, two computers, three flash drives, six skimmers, and a credit card reader/writer.  The subsequent investigation revealed that the three flash drives and two computers contained a total of 1,679 stolen credit card numbers.  The stolen credit card numbers were used to buy gift cards and other merchandise at a variety of retailers throughout Minnesota between September 6 and September 12, 2016, including Home Depot, Walmart, and Sam’s Club.      

Upcoming Court Dates:

Plea date and time: August 21, 2018 at 10:30am  


Consuegra Plea Agreement

Declaration of Loss



Press Release

Redacted Indictment (filed)

Victim Impact Statement


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Updated July 23, 2018

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