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Bryan man accused of credit card abuse

Bryan man accused of credit card abuse

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Eagle Staff Report

A 21-year-old Bryan man remained behind bars Friday after police arrested him on three counts of credit card abuse, totaling about $1,100 in charges.

In early January, a man reported to Bryan police his wallet had been taken out of his unlocked vehicle and some unauthorized charges had been made at Walmart, Whataburger and a gas station.

Using surveillance footage from the Walmart parking lot and inside the store, police said they were able to determine Justin St. Michael Keller used the card to purchase, among other things, an Xbox gaming system.

In an interview with police, Keller admitted to using the card to make the purchase.

Credit or debit card abuse is a state jail felony, punishable by up to two years behind bars and a fine not to exceed $10,000.

He was arrested on the charges Thursday and remained in the Brazos County Jail Friday in lieu of $21,000 bail.

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