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South Glens Falls man arrested after allegedly stealing daughter's debit card

2008-10-30T00:00:00Z South Glens Falls man arrested after allegedly stealing daughter's debit card Glens Falls Post-Star
October 30, 2008 12:00 am

GLENS FALLS - A South Glens Falls man was arrested Wednesday on charges he stole a bank debit card from his daughter and used it to make $566 in charges, police said.

Lemar R. Dean, 38, of Main Street was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a felony, and the misdemeanor of petit larceny, said Glens Falls Police Detective Sgt. Paul Frettoloso.

He is accused of taking a debit card that belonged to his daughter and using it at stores around the region in late August, Frettoloso said. He had indicated he believed he charged as much as $3,000 worth of items, but the victim said it was less than $600, police said.

Dean, who just got off parole for a 2005 burglary conviction in Warren County, was released pending prosecution in City Court.

Frettoloso and Glens Falls Police Detective Sgt. Peter Casertino handled the case.

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