Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

December 19, 2012

Credit card fraud reported

TAHLEQUAH — County sheriff’s deputies took a report recently of a man fraudulently using someone’s credit card.

Jeffrey Wilson said his credit card was taken from his home and a man he knows has been using it since November. He said he was able to confront the man this week, and got the credit card back, but it has been used several times.

James Cook filed an information report Monday.

Jennifer Green reported the back window of her vehicle being broken out.

L.D. Gregory reported theft of a Remington firearm Monday.

AT&T reported theft of three bars of copper and about 15 feet of copper wire this week.

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