MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man is accused of fraudulently using his grandmother’s credit card at ATM machines and using forged checks.
Police said the grandmother of 20-year-old Travis Hager of Manchester reported the theft to police. Hager was arrested Wednesday on multiple counts of identity fraud, forgery and theft.
Police said the grandmother told police that shortly after a Christmas Eve visit from her grandson, she discovered her credit card had been fraudulently used at area ATM machines. She determined her cad was missing and someone had been able to establish a pin number through the company’s online account. She also discovered that some of her personal checks were missing.
Police determined about $940 was taken in ATM transactions and that seven forged checks resulted in his receiving about $1,000.