Update: Feds, Financial Crimes Task Force Investigating Alleged Identity Theft Ring in Keller, 3 Arrested

An investigation into an alleged identity theft ring led federal agents and members of the North Texas Financial Crimes Task Force to raid a home in Keller Thursday morning, officials say.

Investigators have not released many specifics about the case, but in a news release, said it involves the "fraudulent use of credit card information throughout the region."

Multiple agencies, including the U.S. Secret Service, Colleyville Police and Keller Police, served both search and arrest warrants on a home along Shady Grove Road at about 6 a.m.

Keller Police confirmed that diversionary and breaching devices were used as part of that operation. Several windows around the home were busted, but authorities said nobody was hurt.

Seven people were found inside the home. Officers took all of them into custody, but have since released four of them.

The other three — 30-year-old Stewart Keal, 20-year-old Jordyn Tabor, and 39-year-old Kristy Jackson — were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officials said both the Secret Service and the task force will continue to investigate the case and "file additional charges as necessary."

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