Company reports $25,000 in credit car...

Company reports $25,000 in credit card fraud

A business on the Calhoun County line near Eastaboga reported $25,000 in fraudulent charges on a company credit card last week, according to a report filed by the Sheriff's Office. Chief Deputy Jon Garlick said a company called Max Holdings reported the alleged theft of $25,000 by a contractor who worked with the company.

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