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PLEASANT HILL MAN REPORTS ELECTRONIC BANK FRAUD

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Following up on a prior report of electronic bank-card fraud, a Pleasant Hill man went to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office to report he believes his 1-year-old child’s mother is responsible for several charges against his electronic accounts. The fraudulent charges include $300.48 in money orders obtained through his bank account, $280 in charges made to his food-stamp card and $140 charged to his Family First card.

The report indicates the complainant stated his ex-girlfriend “admitted to knowing who made the charges, but did not say who.” An investigation is underway.

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