2 men arrested at NH rest stop for allegedly using stolen credit cards
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HOOKSETT — Police apprehend two men in New Hampshire for allegedly using stolen credit cards.
According to state police, the two men were stopped at Interstate-93's southbound rest area on Friday after reports of credit card theft in a Hooksett welcome center.
The two male subjects were reportedly purchasing goods while fraudulently using credit cards, some of which were later determined to be stolen.
After a thorough investigation police found the men had been purchasing cartons of cigarettes using stolen credit cards and pre-paid gift cards.
Police Identified the suspects as Alberto Rodriguez, 24, and Mr. Davon Susana, 20, from NY.
Rodriguez is being charged with Operating After Suspension, Fraudulent Use Of a Credit Card and Identity Fraud.
Susana is being charged with being a Fugitive From Justice, False Reports to Law Enforcement and Fraudulent Use Of a Credit Card.
Both men refused bail and are scheduled to be arraigned on June 19, in the Merrimack County Superior Court.
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