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A federal grand jury has indicted the second of three people allegedly involved in a scheme to steal recreational vehicle components from an Elkhart, Ind., warehouse and sell them on the Internet.

The Elkhart Truth reported that Cheryl Broskey, 45, of North Liberty, is charged with three counts of wire fraud and a count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for allegedly assisting 27-year-old Anthony Colley in the theft ring. Broskey is the girlfriend of Colley’s father, John Colley.

Anthony Colley, 27, last month pleaded guilty to interstate wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. He admitted that while working in Elkhart at Midwest Distribution Center (MDC), also called S & S Cos., he stole Dometic brand refrigerators, generators and ice makers, then sold them on Amazon and eBay under the usernames “Wolverine Supply” and “MCERSUPPLIES,” respectively.

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