Two men are facing charges after authorities say they used dozens of counterfeit credit cards to make purchases at stores throughout Miami-Dade.
Elio Perez-Garcia, 29, and Denys Sanchez-Vazquez, 30, are both facing charges including grand theft and organized fraud following their arrests Thursday, police said.
Both appeared in court Thursday where they were each given $285,500 bonds. It's unknown if they've hired attorneys.
According to arrest reports, Miami-Dade Police detectives watched Perez-Garcia and Sanchez-Vazquez enter different retail stores at Dadeland Mall where they used the counterfeit cards to make purchases.
Police said they searched one of the suspects' cars and found a total of 192 counterfeit credit cards.