Police are cracking down on bank frauds as they arrest four more members of the Felony Lane Gang.
Officers nabbed Michael Seraphin and Valerie Dunham, both of Florida, in a traffic stop Friday.
Police say an alert citizen saw the pair change the license plate on their red SUV from an Iowa plate to a Tennessee plate.
Officers stopped their SUV near 27th and Superior. At about the same time, police were sent to the Wells Fargo at 4600 North 27th.
Police say two females, driving a red SUV, attempted to pass a $1,000 dollar check. The bank denied the transaction and later found out the check had been stolen out of Iowa and the driver's license used had been stolen out of Florida.
Police learned a similar fraud attempt happened at the Wells Fargo at 2301 North 48th street.
Police say suspects in a blue mini van with Florida plated attempted to pass a check for $1,614 using the same ID in the other fraud attempt. The bank denied the transaction, saying the bank does not cash checks for more than $1,000 in the drive up lane.
Police spotted the blue mini van at the Holiday Inn Express.
They arrested Kerri Lowery of Florida and Jennifer Walen of Ohio. Police say they found several more stolen checks in the hotel room.
Seraphin, Dunham, Lowery and Walen were booked in jail for aiding and abetting a forgery and criminal possession of a financial control device.
Police believe they are part of a nation wide group of thieves known as the Felony Lane Gang.
Police say the gang steals checks and IDs, then tries to cash checks for large amounts, using the drive-up lane farthest from the teller.
They say the suspects will often wear wigs and disguises, trying to match the picture ID.
Police are investigation as many as 20 frauds they believe are connected to the Felony Lane Gang.