Man arrested with suspected stolen credit cards

2013-03-20T14:06:00Z Man arrested with suspected stolen credit cardsRegister report Napa Valley Register
March 20, 2013 2:06 pm  • 

A motorist was arrested Monday on the 7000 block of Main Street for having a vehicle with expired registration, according to the American Canyon Police Department.
Joel Edding, 48, of Fairfield, allegedly was in possession of stolen credit cards, police said.
Edding was booked into the Napa County jail on suspicion of being in possession of stolen property, police said.

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    KRISallen - June 12, 2013 10:14 pm
    Good job cops! Stolen credit cards reports lately are in increasing. We should be alert by this news then.Fellows, take care of your cards. Your credit rating would be affected by this. Scams and thieves would just swipe those cards away. The bad thing is, you will pay for all those credit bills. So as a lesson, keep your credit cards safe. If that so, you might just be receive higher card rewards just like what Bank of America has now. But if it kills you to find a credit card deployment on time, just ask for financial advice. Hope that it will helps.
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