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A woman living in Texas helped crack the case of an elaborate credit card scheme that led to the arrest of three men in Ambridge, authorities told Channel 11 News on Thursday.
Ambridge police said the three men - Denard Burton, Isaiah Levye and Keith Harvey - stole the identity and credit card numbers of numerous people and used them to create more than 50 fake credit cards. The men bought a variety of items, including hundreds of gift cards, iPhones and gaming systems, with the fake cards.
Ambridge police officers caught up with the men this week at a Rite Aid on Merchant Street.
Read full Story at: http://www.wpxi.com/news/3-men-accused-in-elaborate-credit-card-scheme-arrested-in-ambridge/408791611
Senior Project: Fundamental Basketball Camp for Boys & Girls entering grades K-8
Camp directors : Coach Mark Jula and Assitant Matt Cupper
Student directors: Nicholas Campalong and Matt Puppich
Interested Call Coach Kupper at (724) 630-7452
Location: Ambridge High School
Date: July 25 to 29
Time: 9 am to Noon
Walk-In Welcome - registration starts at 8:15 a.m.
Patty Spencer from New Sewickley decided to jump on an opportunity to purchase the former Blue Canary coffeehouse in Harmony Township.
She always wanted to have her own business, particularly a bakery.
When she found out the Duss Avenue business was for sale, she went for it and says everything just in to place.
Over 200 Cars came to Ambridge for the 2nd annual Ambridge Rotary Car Cruise and CommUnity Festival this past Saturday.
Learn more about Rotary at www.AmbridgeRotaryClub.org