RIDGELAND — Police have three people in custody and are seeking two other suspects in connection with an ongoing credit card fraud investigation.

Detective Mike McGahey said the suspects have been using fraudulent credit card information at Goddess Lengths, a kiosk at Northpark.

“We believe they are using fake credit cards to scam the machine and sell the items on the street,” McGahey said.

McGahey said that RPD is attempting to locate two suspects in this case. Wanted suspects have been identified as Demario Minister, 20, and 33-year-old Early Earl Williams.

Both are wanted for Conspiracy to Commit Credit Card Fraud. 

Though the investigation is ongoing, McGahey said they are not seeking any additional arrests at this time. He said they have already apprehended and charged three men in connection with the case.

Most recently, Kemontaye James, 20, turned himself in on Aug. 23. 

He has been charged with credit card fraud and conspiracy to commit a felony.

Previously, RPD had arrested and charged D’angelo Stamps Jr., 22, and Phillip Morgan Jr., 20, both of Jackson, with conspiracy to commit credit card fraud.

Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact the Ridgeland Police Department or Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS (8477).