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What constitutes the fraud charges as seen in the police blotter column?

F.T. Norton
StarNews

When police or deputies take a report listed in the blotter as fraud, it generally refers to unauthorized use of a credit card or check, or the receipt of money or services under fraudulent or deceptive circumstances.

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