Four people were arrested at Walmart Thursday for making hundreds of dollars worth of purchases with fraudulent gift cards and possessing loaded weapons, according to Glendora Police.
Glendora Police arrested four people shortly after 7 a.m.: Fernando Gonzales, 34, of Riverside; David Alvarez, 33, of Azusa; and Howard Reyes, 28, of Los Angeles; and Desiree Gurba, 36, of La Puente, a wanted parolee.
The suspects made about $600 worth of purchases using fraudulent cards. All four were booked on suspicion of burglary and other charges.
Two loaded weapons were also found in the suspects’ car. They were also in possession of at least two dozen unused gift cards, of which police are determining whether they are fraudulent as well.
All four are to be arraigned at a West Covina court Tuesday, according to Glendora Police.