The Attorney General's office in Jackson says an Ellisville man has been arrested on charges of stealing and using a vulnerable person's credit card.
State and local authorities arrested 22-year-old Javoske Antwain Marsh – after he was indicted on two counts of felonious use of a credit card to obtain goods and services. Marsh was also indicted on one count of attempted felonious use of a credit card.
Authorities say Marsh allegedly used the credit card of a resident of Magnolia Gardens Assisted Living, where he worked. Authorities add Marsh purchased more than a thousand dollars in merchandise with the card.
If convicted, Marsh faces up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $15,000.
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