Investigators have linked a stolen credit card used at rural businesses to an auto burglary in Gulfport, sheriff's officials said.
Gulfport police arrested Hoan My Pham, 28, on an auto burglary charge Monday from a recent incident at a shopping center parking lot. A credit card reported stolen from that burglary was used at a truck stop and a salvage yard, said Sheriff Melvin Brisolara..
Pham was still in jail on $5,000 bond when deputies added a charge of credit card fraud. Justice Court Judge Bruce Strong set $5,000 bond on the additional charge.
The Sun Herald updates this story in Saturday's editions.
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