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Crime & Courts

December 13, 2012

Credit card scam reported

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies spoke to a man Tuesday about fraudulent use of a credit card.

George McLaughlin said three transactions were charged using his card in California.

Jesse McDaniel, of River Valley Church, spoke to deputies this week about a burglary at the church. McDaniel said a door had been forced open, and items taken include a bass guitar, an amplifier, a vacuum cleaner, and a microwave.

A death investigation report was turned in Tuesday on a 16-year-old Peggs boy, whose body was found in a wooded area in northern Cherokee County on Dec. 6. The report lists suicide as the likely manner of death.

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