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Wilson Edward Jackson, 37, was arrested on Thursday for stealing at least a dozen women's identities and credit cards, according to the Los Angeles Police Department

Serial scammer passing by & # 39; Syncere & # 39; and & # 39; Da Truooth & # 39; is arrested in California for having stolen at least a dozen women's identities and credit cards. He reportedly pulled a similar stunt in Orlando in 2011

  • Wilson Edward Jackson, 37, was arrested on Thursday for stealing at least a dozen women's identities and credit cards
  • Although a majority of the violations would have occurred in the LA area, Jackson would have even spent money from state women
  • Jackson, a native of Woodland Hills, is said to have met the different women on apps such as Facebook, Instagram and Black People Meet
  • He sometimes goes by name & # 39; Syncere & # 39; and & # 39; Da Truooth & # 39;
  • In 2011, the Orlando police searched for possible victims who were favored by Jackson
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Wilson Edward Jackson, 37, was arrested on Thursday for stealing at least a dozen women's identities and credit cards, according to the Los Angeles Police Department

Wilson Edward Jackson, 37, was arrested on Thursday for stealing at least a dozen women's identities and credit cards, according to the Los Angeles Police Department

The police hope to identify potential victims of a man who, according to them, has robbed dozens of women whom he met against dating apps and flew to see him in California.

Wilson Edward Jackson, 37, was arrested on Thursday for stealing at least a dozen women's identities and credit cards, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

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Although a majority of the violations would have occurred in the LA area – with the most recent in Woodland Hills – Jackson would have even informed money from women outside the state.

Jackson, a native of Woodland Hills, is said to have met the different women on apps such as Facebook, Instagram and Black People Meet.

He sometimes goes by name & # 39; Syncere & # 39; and & # 39; Da Truooth & # 39; and would be a prey for smart and successful women.

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Although a majority of the violations would have occurred in the LA area, Jackson would have even spent money from state women

Although a majority of the violations would have occurred in the LA area, Jackson would have even spent money from state women

He sometimes goes by name & # 39; Syncere & # 39; and & # 39; Da Truooth & # 39; and would be a prey for smart and successful women

He sometimes goes by name & # 39; Syncere & # 39; and & # 39; Da Truooth & # 39; and would be a prey for smart and successful women

Although a majority of the violations would have occurred in the LA area, Jackson would have even spent money from state women

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& # 39; He played the matches, & # 39; explained LAPD Capt. Lillian Carranza from, KTLA reports. & # 39; If you were religious, he would talk about how he was in the church.

& # 39; If you were working out, he would send that specific photo & # 39; s. & # 39; Oh, you have a business? I am a business owner. & # 39; & # 39;

Jackson told every specific woman that he fulfills a different task. He even offered to be a rapper and have a selection of videos on the web.

Jackson told every specific woman that he fulfills a different task. He even offered to be a rapper and to have a selection of music videos on the internet

Jackson told every specific woman that he fulfills a different task. He even offered to be a rapper and to have a selection of music videos on the internet

Jackson told every specific woman that he fulfills a different task. He even offered to be a rapper and to have a selection of music videos on the internet

The scammer would have built a bond with the different women before he would fly them out to spend a weekend in his apartment. While Jackson was full of passion on a weekend, he often robbed the women while they were in the bathroom or busy
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The scammer would have built a bond with the different women before he would fly them out to spend a weekend in his apartment. While Jackson was full of passion on a weekend, he often robbed the women while they were in the bathroom or busy

The scammer would have built a bond with the different women before he would fly them out to spend a weekend in his apartment. While Jackson was full of passion on a weekend, he often robbed the women while they were in the bathroom or busy

The scammer would have built a bond with the different women before he would fly them out to spend a weekend in his apartment. He always tells the women that they must buy the ticket and that he will reimburse them.

Jackson is said to have nursed his guest just to rob them when they least expected it.

Jackson would have pulled a similar stunt in Orlando. In 2011, the police asked other victims to come forward and share their experiences with the man

Jackson would have pulled a similar stunt in Orlando. In 2011, the police asked other victims to come forward and share their experiences with the man

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Jackson would have pulled a similar stunt in Orlando. In 2011, the police asked other victims to come forward and share their experiences with the man

Jackson has stolen their credit card details and checks from their checkbooks while they were sleeping or using the toilet, & the police said.

& # 39; Jackson would use their stolen information to buy clothing for themselves, pay personal bills, or make travel arrangements for other victims of his scam. & # 39;

The police added that Jackson often let his victims leave on Sunday when the banks were closed. He would then ask them to give him a loan claiming that his wallet was stolen.

He would write a check to the women, but they often bounced.

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& # 39; My advice to the ladies there is if it's too good to be true, it's probably not true, & # 39; Carranza added.

Jackson would have won a similar stunt Orlando. In 2011, the police asked other victims to come forward and share their experiences with the man.

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