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Police: West Point man spent $900 on stolen card

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Steven Neidler is accused of making $900 worth of purchases using stolen cards. Steven Neidler is accused of making $900 worth of purchases using stolen cards.
AUBURN, Ala. -

A West Point man has been arrested for allegedly purchasing over $900 of merchandise from Auburn area stores, Auburn police announced Tuesday evening.

Steven R. Neidler, 32, was caught on surveillance cameras using one of several stolen credit cards at a business in the 800 block of East Glen Avenue on June 9, police say. Investigators then discovered Neidler used two other stolen cards to make purchases at a store in the 1700 block of South College Street on May 16. Police did not release the names of the businesses where the purchases were made.

Neidler, who was already in the Lee County jail on unrelated charges, is now facing three counts of Fraudulent Use of a Credit and/or Debit Card. He is being held on $9,000 bond.

James Brierton

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