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Court dates set for trio nabbed with fake credit cards at Bazetta WalMart

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Hearings are scheduled in federal court for three men accused of using phony credit cards at the Elm Road WalMart.

Charges of access device fraud and conspiracy have been filed in U.S. District Court against 22-year-old Mohammed Kamal-Parvez, 35-year-old Fazly Azzam, and 33-year-old Jabal Shaha.

The three were arrested at the Elm Road WalMart in Bazetta Township after they allegedly made several trips through the checkout line using credit cards bearing fraudulent numbers.

According to an affidavit filed by Homeland Security Special Agent Mark Bodo, Bazetta Police and the Secret Service recovered more than 100 credit cards from the three men and their vehicle.

Azzam is scheduled to make his initial appearance Tuesday afternoon before a magistrate in U.S. District Court in Youngstown. Shaha will have his first hearing Wednesday afternoon.

Kamal-Parvez appeared in court last week where bond was set at $20,000. His next court hearing is scheduled for September 4.


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