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Nightclub Owner Charged In Counterfeit Credit Card Scheme

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    Nightclub Owner Charged In Counterfeit Credit Card Scheme
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    A former Philly cop and night club owner is one of three people accused of running a counterfeit credit card manufacturing operation.

    Rahim Henderson, 38, Tian Larode, 34, and Waliyda Henderson, 33, all of Philadelphia, are charged with conspiracy, wire fraud, and access device fraud. Rahim Henderson is also charged with several counts of aggravated identity theft.

    According to an indictment, Rahim Henderson manufactured counterfeit credit cards and he and the other two suspects used them at several establishments in the Philly region, including several liquor stores as well as the Chickie’s and Pete’s restaurant at Philadelphia International Airport.

    Rahim Henderson is a former Philadelphia Police officer who served in the 22nd District for seven years before resigning in 2007, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. He is also the owner of Atmosphere Lounge, a nightclub located on the 400 block of West Indiana Avenue.