4 arrested in skimming scheme at Westbury Dave and Busters

March 18, 2014 5:53:51 AM PDT
Police say customers at Dave and Buster's on Long Island have been getting skimmed since the start of the month.

Nassau County police say four people have been arrested for grand larceny and possession of a skimming device, which they allegedly installed at the Old Country Road location in Westbury.

According to detectives, beginning March 1, 2014, while employed as a waitress, 19-year-old Tressa Walker, of Rosedale, used the skimming device to obtain credit card information from customer credit cards.

She would then pass the information to 23-year-old Herve Denis, of Elmont, and 22-year-old John Beasley and 21-year-old Steven Jackson, both of St. Albans, police said.

All four are charged with unlawful possession of a skimmer device. Jackson is additionally charged with grand larceny and Beasley four counts of possession of a forged instrument 2nd Degree.

Anyone who used a credit or debit card at Dave and Busters since the start of the month are urged to monitor their accounts.