Woman Arrested and Charged For Receiving Loans with Fake Car Title Aplication Details
According to reports from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division on the 12th of July, 2018, a woman has been arrested for allegedly participating in the collection of cash with false information in a vehicle title loan application.
The woman, Quierra Dominque Outten, who is a Colombian national and Twenty-two years of age was arrested on a two-count charge of altering, forging or counterfeiting a car title document and also two count charges of receiving a property within the range of $2,000 to $10,000 value under false pretense.
Based on reports from SLED warrants, she is accused of walking into the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles which is located at 1630 Shop Road on two different occasions and filing an official car title loan application with fake information of two vehicles; a 2011 Chevrolet Cruz and a 2007 Honda Accord.
Both cars were later found wrecked in different locations and held at a wrecker in Marion, SC. And a few days later, she again approached the TitleMax auto title loan company situated in 7354 Garners Ferry Road to collect another auto title loan using details of the two vehicles that were very similar to those that had been wrecked and that wasn’t hers anymore.
Outten received cash loans off on the two cars; $6,250 for the Chevrolet and $2,000 for the Honda from TitleMax. These loans which were never paid off by Outten was what resulted in her arrest, and upon investigation, it was discovered that the car details she had provided were all fake.
The DMV reported the matter to SLED, requesting that it be investigated and Outten is currently being held in custody at the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center following her arrest on July 12th in a case which is to be investigated by the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office.