This week, an NYPD cadet from Queens was arrested and charged with grand larceny as part of a $13 million identity theft ring—and worst of all, he dragged his poor mother into all of it as well. Raymond Gumti, 23, who was set to graduate from the police academy next week, is accused of taking his mom’s TD Bank card and PIN numbers and using them to create a counterfeit credit card. Gumti then allegedly shared that fake card with the identity theft ring; the card was ultimately used to make $13,000 in purchases at stores like Apple, Louis Vuitton and Bloomingdales.

Gumti has been connected to Operation Swiper, an identity theft ring takedown in October which led to 111 people being "indicted in the largest identity theft takedown in U.S. history." The scheme spanned from Queens to Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Gumti was arraigned on charges of grand larceny, criminal possession of a forged instrument, falsifying business records and criminal facilitation on Wednesday and released on $2,5000 bail, officials said. He faces up to seven years in prison if he’s convicted.

In a separate, unrelated identity theft case in Manhattan, a civilian NYPD employee has been charged with grand larceny for cashing stolen $10 money orders from the 13th Precinct in Gramercy Park, accruing nearly $16,000 over the course of 25 months.