Plea deal calls for prison in fraudulent credit card use
KINGMAN — A mandatory six-year prison sentenced was called for in a plea agreement convicting a Kingman man of trafficking stolen property and fraudulent use of a credit card.
Robert Fox, 53, is scheduled to be sentenced on Monday by Judge Billy Sipe.
Prosecutor Jonathan Robinson told the court that the victim, when examining her bank records, discovered that her credit card was used by another party to make about $1,400 in purchases at Kingman businesses including JC Penney, Big 5, Home Depot, Smith’s and Walgreens last October. Robinson said that Fox used the victim’s credit card to buy a gold crucifix at JC Penney before pawning the jewelry piece for cash at a downtown Kingman business.