(From top left) Fredrick Clark, Koderius Worley, William Shorter, Fabio Wolfe, Abraham Dausuah, Sei Bunadin and Jacoby Berry.
Seven people are facing charges after a Kohl’s employee pointed South Charleston police to an alleged credit card scheme on Wednesday evening.
Several of the men used fake identification to successfully open charge accounts at the store, according to a criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court.
Acting on instinct, the store’s loss prevention officer soon contacted the South Charleston Police Department, the complaint states.
He said the men left in cars with out-of-state registrations: one from Georgia and another from Tennessee.
Authorities later identified those men as Sei Bunadin, William Shorter, Fredrick Clark, Koderius Worley, Abraham Dausuah, Fabio Wolfe and Jacoby Berry.
The men, each between the ages of 24 to 27, have addresses from North Carolina and South Carolina, according to the complaint.
Shorter is the only suspect whose address is listed as Charleston, West Virginia, in the complaint.
Police used unmarked cars and followed the suspects to a