HESPERIA A couple was arrested Thursday morning for racking up about $1,500 in bills on a victim's business credit card, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Hesperia station officials said.

Brittany Spivey, 26, and Ronald James Lancaster, 28 who was on post release community supervision through Gov. Jerry Brown's Prison Realignment Plan of Assembly Bill 109 were arrested Thursday for commercial burglary, grand theft and fraudulent use of a credit card.

On Feb. 7, the victim reported he had lost his business credit card and it had been used throughout the Victor Valley numerous times, according to Sue Rose, spokeswoman for the Hesperia station.

Detective Mike New learned Lancaster and Spivey may be in possession of the card and was able to obtain a search warrant for their home in the 12800 block of Ethan Street in Victorville.

New along with members of the Hesperia SMASH Gang Team served the warrant at the home at about 9 a.m. and arrested the couple.

Investigators learned Lancaster was on probation through AB 109 due to a previous second degree burglary conviction. According to court documents, Lancaster was arrested for burglary as well as fraudulent use of an access card in 2009. He pleaded no contest to the burglary charge and the fraud offense was dismissed, records indicate. He was sentenced in April 2011.

Under AB 109, Lancaster's offense is considered to be a triple-non non-violent, non-serious, non-sexual crime which meant he would serve his sentence out in local custody and then be placed on San Bernardino County Probation's supervision.

Both Lancaster and Spivey are scheduled to be in court on Monday.

Beatriz E. Valenzuela may be reached at (760) 951-6276 or at BValenzuela@VVDailyPress.com.