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Casanova charmed women on dating apps and then stole their money, police say
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Jackson would meet the women online — on dating apps or social media — and was a master at making them fall in love with him, authorities say. Subscribers Are Reading.
Editorial: Wake up, California! Wilson Edward Jackson was arrested Thursday.
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The women told investigators similar stories. About Us. B2B Publishing. While they were asleep or using the bathroom, he would go into their purses and steal their identification information, along with checkingdebit card and credit card s, Carranza said. If you were into working out, he would send out those specific pictures.
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Instead of cash, as repayment Jackson often would hand the women a check, which would bounce, according to Carranza, because the it was written on was closed. After the thefts, Jackson would make travel plans to find more victims, detectives said. When they became closer, Jackson would ask the women to buy him a plane ticket or lend him money, promising to repay them in cash, police said.
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Today 37 year old Wilson Edward Jackson was arrested. Hot Property. California A first date at the movies.
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The scam extends across the state and country, but the most recent victims were single women in Woodland Hills, police said. Opinion Editorial: Wake up, California!
He gave different excuses for needing the money: He was having issues with his bank, his wallet was stolen, or his car was impounded with his wallet inside, authorities said.