https://www.wesh.com/article/woman-ran-credit-card-cloning-operation-inside-volusia-motel-rooms-police-say/28495458

Several Volusia County law enforcement agencies teamed up to arrest a woman accused of defrauding dozens of people out of thousands of dollars.

The state attorney’s office is charging Nicole Siroky, 31, with several felony charges after they said she stole more than $20,000.

Officials with the Daytona Beach Shores Police Department said the investigation began in September 2018 in Daytona Beach Shores after management at Perry’s Ocean Edge Resort reported a fraud.

Police said that further investigation led them to Siroky, who was staying at the Atlantic Cove Motel in Ormond Beach.

After Siroky was taken into custody, a search warrant was executed on a number of hotel rooms to which investigators had connected her.

Police said the searches uncovered a “fraud lab” inside hotel rooms where Siroky had credit card making equipment, electronic devices and hundreds of counterfeit credit cards.

Investigators said that from July 2018 through October 2018, Siroky victimized 28 businesses in Volusia County and 68 people throughout the United States and Canada.

Investigators said two other people, Tiffany O’Reilly and Timothy Hooper, are being sought in connection with the case.

Siroky is being held in the Volusia County Jail on $1 million bail.