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Woman detained on forgery, fraud charges; partner-in-crime still on the run

Dwayne Eigner (left) and Tyease Mosely (right) (Source: RCSD) Dwayne Eigner (left) and Tyease Mosely (right) (Source: RCSD)
Dwayne Eigner (Source: RCSD) Dwayne Eigner (Source: RCSD)
Tyease Mosley (Source: RCSD) Tyease Mosley (Source: RCSD)
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

One of the two suspects in a forgery and fraud case has turned themselves in while the other is still being sought by the Richland County Sheriff's Department. 

Deputies say Tyeasa Mosley surrendered on Monday. She is being charged with multiple counts of forgery and financial transaction card fraud. 

Deputies are still looking for Dwayne Eigner on multiple charges of forgery and financial transaction card fraud. 

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Investigators say in July, Eigner and Mosley stole a victim's identity and used it to purchase an Audi at a dealership on Two Notch Road. Investigators later discovered that the pair used the victim’s identity to purchase additional high-priced vehicles, including a Maserati Ghibli, Chevy Corvette, and Ford F450 across several states. 

Investigators conducted a search warrant at Eigner and Mosley’s home on Duck Pointe Friday morning and seized numerous laptops and computers. They are working to determine if the two will face any additional charges.  

If you know where to find Eigner, contact Crimestoppers in any of the following ways: Call 1-888-CRIME SC (888-274-6372), Text TIPSC plus your tip info to CRIMES (274637), visit www.midlandscrimestoppers.com and email a tip. Your identity will be kept anonymous, and if your tip leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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