There’s a first-floor apartment in the Armour Square neighborhood where actor Ben Stiller lived. Then David Duchovny moved in, as did Oscar-winning director Paul Haggis.
Well, maybe they didn’t live there, but that’s where their credit cards were being sent.
Then writer-directors Paul Schrader (“Taxi Driver”) and Noah Baumbach (“The Squid and the Whale”) suddenly ordered new cards and asked them to be sent to the little apartment on the South Side.
So last month, at the bank’s request, an undercover agent from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service hand delivered them.
Now this week Adedamola Olatunji, 29, a Nigerian-born man who allegedly used Stiller’s card to run up charges on iTunes and an on-line dating service, was indicted on forgery, mail fraud, theft, aggravated identity theft, computer fraud and other felony charges.