3 suspects in Tyler card skimming ring indicted

3 suspects in Tyler card skimming ring indicted
From left: Dairon Julio Jimenez-Roja, 28, of Austin, Felipe Manuel Nieves Perez, 33, of Austin and Yoerlan Suarez-Corrales, 39, of Austin were all indicted during an Oct. 4 meeting of a Smith County grand jury. (Source: Smith County Judicial Records)

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Three suspects in a card skimming case have been indicted.

Felipe Manuel Nieves Perez, 33, of Austin, Yoerlan Suarez-Corrales, 39, of Austin, and Dairon Julio Jimenez-Roja, 28, of Austin were all indicted during an Oct. 4 meeting of a Smith County grand jury.

Perez,, Suarez-Corrales and Jimenez-Roja are all charged with unlawful interception, use or disclosure of wire, oral or electronic communications.

They are also charged with engaging in organized criminal activity.

According to a Tyler Police Department news release issued at the time of the incident, investigators were notified at 4:40 p.m. on July 27 that gas skimming suspects had returned to an Exxon station in the 800 block of south southeast Loop 323 to take their skimmers from the gas pumps.

Before the suspects, who were in two separate cars, could get away, several patrol officers converged on them.

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