GENEVA CO, Ala (WDHN)— A Geneva County man was arrested and booked into the Geneva County Jail for 11 counts of credit card fraud.
Geneva County Sheriffs Deputy Paul Dickerson responded to a call on August 9th regarding the theft of property. After arriving at a Hartford address, it was determined the stolen property was a credit card.
Charges to the card without the permission of the owner were recorded in Alabama and Florida.
The case was turned over to Geneva County Investigator Alan Cole. During the investigation, Marcus W. Gilmore, 33, of Slocomb, was named the prime suspect. Gilmore was later arrested and charged with 11 counts of fraudulent use of a credit card. His bond currently stands estimated at $110,000.
According to Geneva County Sheriff Tony Helms, the investigation is ongoing, and more leads have opened to Investigator Cole.