Theft And Fraud Charges Laid Following Use Of Stolen Credit Card
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A Windsor man is facing multiple charges after police say he used a stolen credit card.
According to police, around 9:15am on Sunday, October 7th, 2018 they received a complaint about the theft of a credit card that had stolen from a vehicle which had been parked overnight in the 1200 block of Fairview Boulevard.
It was further reported that the stolen card had been fraudulently used at a number of convenience stores and pharmacies in Windsor. Police were able to obtain surveillance video of the suspect committing the fraudulent transactions.
Officers from the property crimes unit viewed the footage and were able to identify the suspect.
On Friday, October 12th officers located the suspect in the 300 block of Wyandotte Street East and placed him under arrested without incident.
The suspect also was found to be in possession of approximately 215 grams of suspected marijuana.
Justin Kaczmarski, a 35-year-old male from Windsor, is charged with theft under $5,000, fraud under $5,000, use credit card obtained by criminal offence, possession of stolen property, possession of suspected marijuana, two counts of breach of recognizance and breach probation.