Murder? Sir William Blackstone, an 18th-century English judge, is known for writing Commentaries on the…
Shopping for an Arrest
When Fannie Henson of Virginia found a man’s lost wallet she must have thought it was her lucky day. She took one of the man’s credit cards and ran up almost $400 in charges from a gas station and a grocery store combined. Her undoing? Ms. Henson was a smart shopper and she was sure to scan her personal discount card before paying for her groceries with a stranger’s credit card. She was soon linked to the stolen card and was arrested for credit card theft, a felony.
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