Fugitive From Ohio Arrested In Lexington

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Updated: 6/04/2012 6:22 pm
Lexington police say Justin Hammons faces a long list of charges, including burglary and receiving stolen property.

Hammons is accused of stealing up to fourteen parachutes.

Lexington Police also say Hammons was making counterfeit credit cards. Police also say they found a credit card code encoder at a home that they believe Hammons was using to make those fraudulent cards.

According to authorities, Hammons was using fraudulent credit cards he made on his computer to make purchases at local stores.


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