Group Arrested for Using Stolen Credit Card at Movie Theater - NBC4 Washington

Group Arrested for Using Stolen Credit Card at Movie Theater



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    A group of young adults was charged for using a stolen credit card at a movie theater, using it to buy tickets as well as pictures at a photo booth.

    Michelle Crislip reported her credit card missing June 6 at a Coldstone Creamery in the Crofton area of Anne Arundel County,  Md.

    Records showed the card was used the day before at a Regal Movie Theater. Surveillance video shows a group of teens buying tickets for a movie with the card.

    "They said they used it to buy four tickets to "The Purge," large sodas and popcorn," Crisplip told News4.

    They then paid for a photo booth using the card as well. One can be seen holding up a credit card in one of the photos.

    "I can't  believe they were so blase... showing off using the card," Crislip said.

    The individuals were identified as Heather Garnto, 20, Melissa Vogel, 19, and James Murrill, 19, all of Bowie, Md. The fourth is a 17-year-old female also from Bowie.

    All are facing charges of stealing a credit card belonging to another, unauthorized credit card charge less than $100, conspiracy to steal a credit card belonging to another and retaining a stolen credit card.

    The adults were issued criminal summons and the 17-year-old a juvenile citation.