Stolen Credit Card Number Indictment

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By Catalina Trivino

An Andalusia woman is indicted by a Covington County grand jury -- after authorities say she spent nearly about  $7,000 on a stolen credit card...

Iesha Parker was first arrested in January. She's been indicted on one count of theft of property and 41 counts of fraudulent use of a credit or debit card. Andalusia police say she bought about $7,000 worth of items, including a new car engine, groceries, gas and a 30 day hotel stay.

Authorities say Parker used the card number that belonged to a family-friend.

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