5 busted with skimming devices appear in court

5 busted with skimming devices appear in court

Posted: Wed May 23 19:19:51 PDT 2018
Updated: Wed May 23 19:19:51 PDT 2018

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weekend appeared in federal court today. the group arrested for having skimming deviceswill now have to wait a few days longer to find out if they will remain in custody wtva's shante sumpter was in the courtroom and joins us live craig, emily the language barrier inside the courtroom today made this process difficult. it was ultimately the reason the hearings have been rescheduled for tuesday. two of the suspects were in tears as they left the courtroom, to be transported back to jail. arriving from the lafayette county jail by van, the five suspects accused of having card skimming devices appeared before magistrate judge david sanders in federal court. stand-up:all five received headsets to listen to an interpreter by phone.theyeach had appointed attorneys. a criminalcomplaint revealed they were arrested after mhp troopers discovered skimming devices, a stack of american express cards, and other evidence of credit card skimming in their cars over the weekend, after they acted suspicious at a traffic stop. one-by-one judge sanders let the suspects decide if they would do their hearings today. three stayed, and two were escorted out. by the time this one done, the phoneinterpreter had to go. : judge sanders said they will try to have an in person interpreter at tuesdays hearing. until then the group will remain in jail. in oxford ss wtva 9 news a new albany man has
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