The man arrested with another on Williwaw Way with another last week, 22-year-old Raymond Keown, has had further charges leveled against him in another investigation looking into numerous felony thefts and credit card frauds at a Wasilla area business.
The Alaska State Troopers investigation revealed that Keown had used a stolen business account credit card on five occasions to withdraw $2,300 in funds. He has been charged with five counts of Fraudulent Use of an Access Device, one count of Theft III and a count of Theft IV.
Investigators were able to recover all but $18 of the stolen funds.
Keown was arrested last week by troopers after an investigation found that he had forged and passed a stolen check, had stolen miscellaneous items from a residence, had broken into a residence located on Northshore Drive, stealing multiple firearms that he later sold. 13 stolen firearms and and other stolen items valued at $11,000 were recovered as a result of the trooper investigation and Keown was charged with Burglary I, Theft II x18, Forgery II, Theft III x5, and Criminal Mischief IV.
Keown is being held at the Mat-Su Pretrial Facility with his bail set at $25,000 and a COurt Approved Third Party Custodian.