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Teen Arrested For Spending Someone Else’s Money

An 18 year old Twin Falls boy is being held on $10,000 bond after he allegedly went on a weekend spending spree with someone else credit card.  The Times News reports that Tyler Roper is charged with seven counts of criminal possession of a credit card, three counts of grand theft and three counts of burglary.  Roper is accused of charging hundreds of dollars in merchandise at stores in the Magic Valley Mall with several credit cards reportedly stolen from a car belonging to a Filer woman.  He’s also charged with taking a laptop computer from a car parked at a school then pawning it for cash.  A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Roper on June 3rd.

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