Two people have been arrested and five more are wanted as part of a sting operation aimed at taking down a statewide fraud ring targeting elderly Floridians, according to Daytona Beach police. Chief Jakari Young detailed the investigation, called Operation Soul Stinger, Friday at police headquarters.

“The seven suspects (were) engaged in an ongoing scheme where they fraudulently purchased approximately $350,000 worth of new vehicles,” Young said. “These vehicles were purchased from the DeLand Kia and the Hyundai of Fort Myers dealerships. The fraudulent purchases were all made using the personal identification and information stolen from elderly victims.” Read More