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Pennsboro man faces nine fraud charges

The Pennsboro News of Harrisville, West Virginia

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Aubrey M. Ingram, 18, of 690 Mountain Drive, Pennsboro, is facing nine felony counts of fraud.

According to records available in Ritchie County Magistrate Court, Ritchie County deputy Todd Jackson received a complaint and took a statement from a victim alleging Ingram on nine separate occasions used an unauthorized access device and made charges or withdrew money.

Allegedly, Ingram withdrew $400 from the Union Bank ATM located on the corner of Masonic Avenue and State Route 74 in Pennsboro on three separate occasions Friday, Oct 26. He allegedly took $200 and then went back twice to withdraw $ 100.

Ingram allegedly made a charge at the Harrisville Subway of $28.78 Friday, Nov. 9, another charge at the

Rite Aid in Harrisville of $85.67 Sunday, Nov. 11, a charge of $37.53 at the Harrisville IGA Monday, Nov. 12, and a charge of $60 at the 7-11 at the intersection of Route 74 and U. S. Route 50 in Pennsboro.

He also allegedly used the unauthorized access device to make acharge at the Harrisville IGA of $1.61 on Monday, Nov. 12, and $17.50 charge at the Pizza House in Harrisville Tuesday, Nov. 13.

Ingram appeared in Ritchie County Magistrate Court Thursday, Dec. 27, for a preliminary hearing. He waived his preliminary hearing and was returned to North Central Jail to await further court proceedings or until bond is posted.

Bond for all of the charges is set at $20,000.

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Original Publication Date: January 2, 2013

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