Twin Falls Restaurant Worker Charged With Theft Of Credit Cards


By Paul Johnson

Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) - Twin Falls Police have arrested a waiter who worked for the Golden Corral on Blue Lakes charging him with Forgery and possession of a financial transaction card. Daniel Raymond Hightower, 25 of Twin Falls was charged with using a customer’s credit card, running up charges at a Gas Station and Walmart. Josh Palmer with the City of Twin Falls said police were notified by the woman that her husband’s credit card had unauthorized charges. That report was made on June 27. A woman reported her and her husband had dined at the Golden Corral on June 26. Later they noticed they never received their credit card back. She told authorities that the card had been used for several purchases they had not made.
Police are also investigating an unrelated incident in which a woman had used her card on June 7 at the restaurant and discovered unauthorized charges on her card. She made that report to police on June 10.
Police say they have filed a request that charges of possession of a financial transaction card be made against Charlotte Evans 24 of Twin Falls. Police have also requested that she be summoned in to court. Evans was a cashier at the restaurant and according to police confessed to finding one card in the parking lot of the restaurant and had taken one card from a customer. She told authorities that she gave them to her husband who allegedly used the cards to make the purchases.

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