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Batesville Woman Charged with Credit Card Fraud

A Batesville woman faces felony charges for allegedly using a credit card fraudulently.

Tosha Mister

On Dec. 13 and 18, the Oxford Police Department took two separate reports of credit card fraud at businesses in the 2200 and 2500 blocks of West Jackson Avenue.

After investigation, Tosha Mister, 51, of Batesville was arrested and charged with four counts of Credit
Card Fraud and one count of Embezzlement.

Mister was taken before a Lafayette County Justice Court judge for her initial hearing and issued a $15,000 bond.


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