Thursday, February 7, 2013
Lower Saucon Township Police say Jason W. McMillan, 38, of the 900 block of Broad Street, Philadelphia, used a bank credit card stolen from a local resident to illegally obtain cash.
A Philadelphia man is accused of using a stolen bank credit card to obtain cash from a victim who resides on Shady Lane in Lower Saucon Township. According to a news release from township police, Jason W. McMillan, 38, of the 900 block of Broad Street, used the stolen card to obtain $100 in cash in late January. In addition to his one successful attempt, police say an investigation revealed that McMillan made 35 unsuccessful attempts to withdraw cash using the card. Police said McMillan has been charged with access device fraud, criminal attempt of access device fraud, theft and receiving stolen property.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Hellertown Police say Justin B. Kunsman, 33, of Williams Township, has been charged with forgery, access device fraud, receiving stolen property and theft.
A Williams Township man has been charged with access device fraud, theft, receiving stolen property and forgery as a result of a fraudulent transaction he allegedly committed at the Top Star Exxon station Sept. 23, Hellertown Police announced Tuesday. In a press release police said Justin B. Kunsman, 33, of the 400 block of Royal Manor Road, Williams Township, was arrested for using and signing for a lost credit card. Police said Kunsman "performed a fraudulent return" at the gas station with the card, and that he was arrested following an investigation.
Monday, August 6, 2012
Lower Saucon Township Police say Lori Ann Kern, of South Sixth Street, Allentown, used a former township man's checking account, debit and credit cards while he was incarcerated.
An Allentown woman illegally accessed a former Lower Saucon Township man's financial accounts in order to obtain more than $27,000 while the man was incarcerated, township police announced in a press release July 30. According to police, Lori Ann Kern, of the 2400 block of South Sixth Street, used a checking account and debit and credit cards belonging to Wilmer Stofko, formerly of Cabin Lane, and currently of East Morton Street, Bethlehem, without his permission. Kern was able to obtain a total of $27,195.43 through her use of the accounts, police said. She has been charged with theft, receiving stolen property and access device fraud, and after being arraigned before District Judge David Tidd was released on $25,000 unsecured bail, …