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Bond granted for man accused of using missing woman’s credit and debit cards

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A Burke County man accused of using a missing woman’s credit cards was granted bond Tuesday, May 31.

Judge Amanda Heath said Tuesday that based on what Chadwick H. Washington, 43, is charged with – financial transaction card fraud – and the length of time he has been held in jail since his arres...

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  1. This guy should have been locked away forever..all these bleeding heart liberals that want violent criminals granted bond this is what you get..I hope it’s not your family member he gets ahold of next time..btw..felon in possession of a gun should be a federal 29 year prison sentence with no parole..life if you have a violent conviction to go along with it..

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