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Man arrested on hundreds of credit card charges


WALLINGFORD — Police arrested a New York man Monday, accusing him of hundreds of credit card-related offenses.

Police Lt. Rick Homestead said detectives had a warrant to arrest Luc Beaubrun, 26, of Brooklyn, N.Y.

Beaubrun was charged with 27 counts of second-degree forgery; 27 counts of conspiracy to commit second-degree forgery; 27 counts of third-degree identity theft; 27 counts of conspiracy to commit third-degree identity theft; 27 counts of credit card theft; 27 counts of conspiracy to commit credit card theft; 27 counts of illegal use of a credit card; 27 counts of conspiracy to commit illegal use of a credit card; 27 counts of unlawful reproduction of a credit card; 27 counts of conspiracy to commit unlawful reproduction of a credit card; 15 counts of receiving goods obtained by illegal use of a credit card; 15 counts of conspiracy to commit receiving goods obtained by illegal use of a credit card; second-degree larceny by ongoing scheme; and conspiracy to commit second-degree larceny

Beaubrun was held in lieu of $50,000 bail.

— Jeff Gebeau



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