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On May 12th Deputy Alfonso responded to a report of possible credit card fraud in Beulah. The subject had received a congratulatory e-mail from a major company congratulating him on the purchase of a new camera. When he inquired he found that one of his credit cards had been used to purchase a camera and that the item was to be shipped to an address in Houston, Texas.
The subject also cancelled the credit card although the credit card company indicated no money had been debited from his account.
Deputy Jenkins was dispatched on May 11th to Rye in reference to a stolen trailer battery. The subject reported that someone had cut the cables on his battery and stolen it sometime within the last week. The battery was valued at $75. No other property was missing.
Also on the 11th Deputy Bernal was dispatched to the Pueblo County Courthouse to take a report on missing license plates from a trailer in Colorado City. The subject indicated that his boat trailer license plate was missing. The theft had occurred in the last two weeks. The license plate was entered in the appropriate data bases.
On May 4th Deputy Gonzalez responded to a call in reference to criminal mischief. The subject filed a report indicating someone was vandalizing his campaign signs as well as the signs of another candidate. Value of the damaged signs was in excess of $200.