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Two arrested in Warren after taking car, credit cards

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Two people have been arrested after a car was taken with credit cards inside in Warren.

According to the report, the victim said that she was on her way home from work at 3 a.m. Sunday morning, when she began talking to a man, she knew as "Keem."

Police say the victim drove around with the man and fell asleep at her home with him.

Reports say the woman woke up at 1 p.m. Sunday and saw that the man, later identified as 34-year-old Aukeem Williams, was gone and her car was also missing.

The victim told police that Williams took her car and her purse was inside. She also told police that she had four credit and debit cards in her purse.

According to the report, the victim received alerts that purchase a $96 purchase was made at "Lil Bro's Smoke Shop" with her card and that $180 was spent at another location.

Police found the stolen vehicle on Youngstown Road SE later that day and made a traffic stop.

Officers say a man who said his name was Jay Williams and a woman, 37-year-old Leanne Comstock, was inside of the car.

Police told Williams that they knew who he was and arrested him along with Comstock.

According to the report, officers found a marijuana bowl, suspected crack rock, suspected crack cocaine, and a hypodermic syringe full of a red liquid.

Reports say a $170 receipt for Nike shoes and a $96 receipt for "Lil Bro's Smoke Shop" was found in the car.

Comstock faces charges of misuse of credit cards and possessing drug abuse instruments.

Williams faces charges of falsification, breaking and entering and use possession, or sale of drug paraphernalia.

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