Grand Hotel Clerk Charged with Allegedly Stealing Customer Information

Grand Hotel Clerk Charged with Allegedly Stealing Customer Information

Wichita Falls police arrest a hotel clerk they say appeared to be stealing customer cards and information.
Wichita Falls police arrest a hotel clerk they say appeared to be stealing customer cards and information.

22 year old Chelsea Koschak is charged with fraudulent use or possession of identifying information.

Police say a guest at the new Grand Hotel on Broad reported a clerk failed to return a credit card, and the manager looked on video and said he saw Koschak take the card as the guest turned to leave.

Police say they got consent to search Koschak's room at the motel and found papers with credit card, social security and drivers license numbers written on them.

They say they located two guests who confirmed some of the numbers were theirs.

Other numbers were found but police did not locate the card holders.

An officer said he recognized some ID numbers from a previous burglary report in which Koschak was listed as a suspect.

Police say Koschak has a history of forgery and was convicted last November of theft.
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