Man, 58, arrested in credit card fraud case

2 others previously arrested

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BRUNSWICK, Ga. - A 58-year-old Brunswick man has been arrested as an accomplice in a felony financial transaction card fraud case.

Detectives arrested a 25-year-old man earlier this month on two counts of felony financial transaction card fraud and a 15-year-old teen on one count of burglary.

According to the Brunswick Police Department, Craigory Powell, 25, had taken Dr. Mitchell Brock's wallet on May 28 from the Marsh Side Grill, located at 1200 Glynn Ave.

Brock's credit card was subsequently used by Powell to make purchases without Brock's knowledge or consent, police said.

A 15-year-old Brunswick teen was also arrested after police said the teen burglarized the Ameri-Mart located at 1008 Bay St. on June 2. Police said he took tobacco products from the business.

On Monday, police arrested Harry Brown, 58, on one count of financial transaction card fraud. Police said he also made purchases without Brock's knowledge or consent.

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