Sierra Vista man charged with credit card theft, drug possession - Tucson News Now

Sierra Vista man charged with credit card theft, drug possession

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

ASouthern Arizona man was arrested Monday in relation to a reported credit cardtheft and drug possession.

The SierraVista Police Department began their investigation when a male subjectreported that he left his credit card at a restaurant on June 30. When hechecked the card activity, he found 22 unauthorized charges and reported thefraudulent activity to a case officer.

The listed merchantswere then contacted and provided video of the suspect, who was identified as23-year-old Timothy Wayne Broyles of Sierra Vista.

Policelocated Broyles was and arrested him for one count of theft of a credit cardand 22 counts of fraudulent use of a credit card.

A search bypolice after his arrest led to the discovery of a small bag of a substancebelieved to be heroin. He was charged with possession of narcotic drug and possessionof drug paraphernalia, and was booked into the Cochise County Jail.

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