Captain Cook man charged with credit card theft and fraud
Big Island police have charged a 28-year-old Captain Cook man with 37 offenses in connection with various financial crimes that allegedly occurred in Kailua-Kona.
On Friday (July 26) at 1:00p.m., detectives from the Area II Criminal Investigation Section, after conferring with prosecutors, charged Travis Lee Charbonneau with theft of a credit card, eight counts of second-degree theft, eleven counts of third-degree theft, six counts of fourth-degree theft, nine counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, one count of identify theft second-degree and one count of identity theft third-degree.
On Monday (June 3) police received a report from a business owner in Keauhou that a company charge card had been used to make several unauthorized charges at a retail store in Kailua-Kona.
Charbonneau is being held at the Kealakehe police cellblock in lieu of $57,000.00 bail pending his initial court appearance scheduled for Monday (July 29).
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