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Bridgeville Man Arrested for Credit Card Fraud

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BRIDGEVILLE, Del.- Police have arrested a Bridgeville man accused of using a stolen credit card to make unauthorized purchases at various stores in Milford.

Milford police said that on Saturday, officers took 18-year-old Sawndale Auguste into custody for an incident that occurred the day before. Auguste's arrest stemmed from an investigation into an alleged theft that occurred on the unit block of McColley Street.

According to police, the investigation revealed that the victim's credit card had ben stolen and used at stores in the Milford area. 

Auguste was charged with identity theft, second-degree conspiracy, third-degree forgery, two counts of unlawful use of a credit card and receiving stolen property. He was ordered held in the Sussex Correctional Institute in lieu of a $1,900 secured bond.

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