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Woman accused of using credit cards belonging to trooper's daughter

Shaquela Anderson (Source: Poinsett Co. Sheriff via Vinelink) Shaquela Anderson (Source: Poinsett Co. Sheriff via Vinelink)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

It is never a good idea to use someone else's credit cards; but, it is probably an even worse decision to use cards belonging to a police officer’s child.

Shaquela Anderson, 28, of Jonesboro faces charges after police say she used a credit card belonging to the daughter of an Arkansas State Police trooper.

According to the initial incident report, Sergeant Scott Pillow reported the missing wallet on Tuesday.

Several charges had been made at various businesses in Jonesboro and at Poinsett Package Store, the report stated.

Pillow called the package store and told them about the missing card.

When Anderson made a second visit to the store that night, employees declined the card.

Poinsett County sheriff’s deputies arrested Anderson on suspicion of fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of property.

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