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Miami man charged with stealing personal information of more than 50 customers

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Driver's license and credit card information, among other personal information of 54 victims, was found on Kinson's cell phone.

Authorities said Monday that a Miami man stole personal information from customers of a gas station in the Florida Keys and faces more than two dozen charges.

His name is Da'Vhun Amaru Kinson, who at the age of 22 will be indicted on several unrelated charges and is already incarcerated in Miami-Dade County.

On Nov. 12, the first arrest was made against Kinson on a grand larceny charge after he used his cell phone to steal money via Cash App while covering his shift at the Tavernier gas station. This was stated by Adam Linhardt, spokesman for the Monroe County Sheriff's Office.

The source further assured that it was precisely that investigation that was the starting point for deputies to find other evidence in this case. "Many of the cards were photographed at a separate Key Largo business. A co-conspirator was photographing the cards and providing that information to Kinson," Linhardt said.

Kinson was booked into the Metro West Detention Center on Nov. 28 and jail records indicate he is charged with charges including resisting arrest, fleeing and eluding a police officer and concealed possession of a firearm.

In Monroe County, Kinson faces one count of trafficking in stolen credit cards, 23 counts of possession or falsified use of an identification of another person and five counts of fraudulent use of an identification of a victim over the age of 60.

Details on the Miami-Dade charges will be ready next Monday night.

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