Friday, November 10, 2023

Frackville Man Faces Felony Access Device Fraud Charges

A Frackville man is locked up in Schuylkill County Prison for access device fraud.

According to Frackville Police, on Thursday, October 26, 2023, Frackville Police Officer Reno investigated a fraud report. 

According to the victim, it was discovered that fraudulent purchases were made on the victim's Home Depot credit card made by Corey Wall, 31 of Frackville. Wall purchased Milwaukee tools and accessories on October 23, 2023, totaling $474.88 without the victim’s permission.

Additional fraudulent charges were discovered on their Home Depot credit card on October 29, 2023, for more Milwaukee tools and accessories totaling $274.26.

A warrant was requested for one count of felony access device fraud and a misdemeanor count of theft by deception and receiving stolen property, due to the fraudulent use of the victim’s credit card and Wall deceiving Home Depot by providing a false impression that he was legally authorized to utilize the victim’s credit card for the purchases totaling $749.14.

On Wednesday November 8, Ptlm Reno located Wall and he was taken into custody. 

A preliminary arraignment was held before Magisterial District Judge Edward Tarantelli and bail was set at $15,000 (10%). Wall remains locked up in Schuylkill County Prison.

Additionally, Wall was found to be in possession of a Methamphetamine.  Additional charges will be filed for Possession of a Controlled Substance through Judge Tarantelli’s office.