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Oxford Man Arrested for Credit Card Fraud

Ladrius Blackshire

Investigators with the Oxford Police Department took a report of a stolen credit card being used at a business in the 2200 block of West Jackson Avenue.

After investigation, it was determined that Ladarius Blackshire, 26, of Oxford, was using multiple stolen credit card numbers to place fraudulent purchases totaling about $7,000.  

Blackshire was charged with 21 counts of credit card fraud and was taken before a Lafayette County Justice Court judge for his initial bond hearing, where Blackshire was issued a $40,000 bond.  

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