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Cops: Waitress skimmed credit cards at Westbury restaurant

Tressa Walker, 19, of Rosedale, Queens, was arrested

Tressa Walker, 19, of Rosedale, Queens, was arrested Thursday, March 13, 2014, and charged with unlawful possession of a skimmer device in connection with an incident at Dave & Buster's restaurant in Westbury, Nassau County police said. Photo Credit: NCPD

Police have arrested a waitress at the Dave & Buster's restaurant in Westbury, charging her with using a skimming device to illegally obtain credit card information that they said was then passed on to three accomplices.

Tressa Walker, 19, of 234-19 133rd Ave., Rosedale, Queens, was arrested Thursday and charged with second-degree unlawful possession of a skimmer device, Nassau County police said Monday.

Three men -- Herve Denis, 23, of 30 Norfolk Dr. E., Elmont; Steven Jackson, 21, of 114-67 197th St., St. Albans; and, John Beasley, 22, of 114-52 197th St., St. Albans -- were arrested on Friday.

Denis and Jackson were each charged with second-degree unlawful possession of a skimmer device. Police said Jackson also was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny. Beasley was charged with four counts of second-degree possession of a forged instrument.

All three men were arraigned Friday in First District Court in Hempstead.

Court records indicate Beasley was ordered held on $20,000 bond, which he was unable to post, while Jackson was ordered held on $10,000 bond and Denis on $5,000 bond. Denis posted bond and was released. Jackson posted bond on Sunday and was released.

All three are scheduled to appear again in court Tuesday.

It was not immediately clear if any had entered pleas.

Police said that Walker, who is scheduled for arraignment on March 25, was arrested by Crimes Against Property Squad detectives after investigators found she was using a skimming device to illegally obtain the credit cards of customers at the Dave & Buster's on Old Country Road.

Police said they believe the incidents began March 1.

After obtaining the information, police said Walker passed it along to Denis, Jackson and Beasley -- though it was not immediately clear if any of the information was ever used.

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