CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – Cleveland Division of Police Officer Rorell Dickerson has been suspended from the department following his arrest on federal charges.
Dickerson is accused with two others of fraudulently obtaining debit and credit card numbers.
The scheme included buying the personal information of others, according to court documents.
The government says the trio bought Cleveland Browns tickets, a car, Cleveland Cavaliers tickets, furniture, and clothing.
The 11 count indictment says the scheme has gone on since 2018.
In addition to Officer Rorrell Dickerson, the other men named in the indictment are Larry Hicks and Antonio Johnson.
The Cleveland Division of Police says Officer Dickerson is suspended without pay.