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Complaint - Ge'Shun Harris

Complaint - Ge'Shun Harris

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Geshun Edward Harris
Co. Atty. Complaint No.:
2109956
-
1
Court File No.:
*2109956-1*
 
Page: 1 of 8V. 8/07
 STATE OF MINNESOTACOUNTY OF RAMSEYDISTRICT COURTSECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICTCOURT FILE NO.: _____________PROSECUTOR FILE NO.:
2109956
 
State of Minnesota,
 
Plaintiff,
 v.
Geshun Edward Harris
, a.k.a. Ge’Shun
 Edward Harris(DOB: 05/05/1991)
 
779 San Juan St., #G101
 
Corona
,
CA
 
92879
,
FELONYCRIMINAL COMPLAINTSummons WarrantOrder of DetentionAmendedCertified JuvenileEJJ
 
Defendant.
 The Complainant, being duly sworn, makes complaint to the above-named Court and states that there isprobable cause to believe that the Defendant committed the following offense(s):
COUNT 1
 On or about the 11th day of January, 2012, in Ramsey County, Minnesota, the defendant,
GESHUNEDWARD HARRIS
, did unlawfully without the consent of the cardholder, and knowing the cardholder hadnot given consent, use a financial transaction card to obtain or attempt to obtain property of another of a valueof, or the aggregate amount of the transaction was, more than $250.Said acts constituting the offense of 
Financial Transaction Card Fraud
in violation of MN Statute:§609.821.2(1); 609.821.3(a)(1)(iii); 609.821.3(b)Maximum Sentence: 5 years or $10,000 fine, or both.
 
Geshun Edward Harris
Co. Atty. Complaint No.:
2109956
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1
Court File No.:
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STATEMENT OF PROBABLE CAUSE
 The Complainant states that the following facts establish probable cause:Your complainant is an investigator with the Airport Police and bases this complaint on a review of reports andupon his own investigation.On January 3, 2012, H.B. flew into the Twin Cities airport, but his gate checked bag did not arrive with him.The next day United Airlines contacted H.B. and told him that his missing bag had been located. H.B. went tothe airport to retrieve his bag, but when he arrived the bag was not there. H.B. said that he had an AmericanExpress credit card, an Apple iPad 2, Dell laptop computer, and Bose noise cancelling headphones in the bag.Detective Seelig was able to view the airport's Closed Circuit Television system. Detective Seelig saw a youngman with a University of Minnesota duffle bag walk around the carousel baggage claim area for a while. Theman takes a roller bag from carousel 11 and then takes another bag from carousel 12. The man then leftthe baggage level and was seen entering a blue Dodge Avenger with Minnesota license plate 912ATN.On January 11, 2012 at approximately 12:59 pm, H.B.'s credit card was used to purchase $35.07 in gas at aHoliday gas station in Minneapolis. At 2:20 pm that same day, H.B.'s credit card was used to purchase $228.34of items at a GNC store in Minneapolis. The person using the card created a Gold Card during the transactionin the name of Chris James. The address "Chris James" provided was 769 San Wan, Riverside, CA 92879. At3:50 pm that same day, H.B.'s credit card was used to purchase another $104.06 in items at the GNC storelocated at the Rosedale Mall located in Roseville, Ramsey County. That same day, H.B.'s credit card was usedat the Macy's located in the Rosedale Mall to purchase items for $462.00. A later transaction at 5:29 pm onH.B.'s credit card in the amount of $169.00 was declined at the same Macy's.Investigators were able to recover surveillance video of the Macy's purchase and saw a tall, muscular youngblack male wearing University of Minnesota clothing make the purchase.On January 14, 2012, H.B. returned home and discovered that his bag had been returned with an apology noteattached. H.B. indicated that most of his expensive items had been returned, but he was concerned about his carkey not having been returned. H.B. was able to determine that an iPhone and an Apple computer had beenvisiting his web site nearly every hour and he was afraid whoever had the key was planning on locating andstealing his car. H.B. had the locks to his home changed.On January 23, 2012, Detective Christensen received a phone call from a woman claiming to be the mother of the young man responsible for the missing bag. She said he was trying to mail H.B. $900.00 in order to payhim back for the missing items. The woman said that her son was Shaun Edwards, his date of birth was May 5,1991, and he lived in Arizona. The woman said that her son felt really bad about the situation. Also on thephone was S.W., the daughter of the Dodge Avenger's registered owner. S.W. said she picked Shaun Edwardsup from the airport on January 4, 2012. While en route to a friend's house, Edwards realized he had the wrongbag.Detective Christensen received another phone call from the woman, but this time
GE’SHUN EDWARD
HARRIS (DOB: 5-5-1991)
was also on the phone. Harris said he grabbed the wrong bag from the carousel anddid not return it because he did not want to be arrested for stealing the bag. Harris said he touched some of theitems inside the bag and because of that he threw those items away. Harris claimed that he only went throughthe bag in order to try to reunite it with its owner. Harris admitted visiting the blog of the bag's owner.
 
Geshun Edward Harris
Co. Atty. Complaint No.:
2109956
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1
Court File No.:
*2109956-1*
 
Page: 3 of 8V. 8/07
 Detective Christensen asked Harris if he used the victim's credit card. Harris said that he used the credit card atthe gas station, two GNC stores, and the Macy's. Harris provided the address of 779 San Juan Street, Corona,CA 92879.
Detective Christensen located photos of Ge’Shun Harris from the Minnesota Gopher football roster, and he
verified that the images matched the images of the thief from the airport and Macy's store.

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