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Man allegedly uses stolen bank card at Kingman store

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Kristopher Allen Pazolt Kristopher Allen Pazolt
KINGMAN, Ariz. -

Deputies say a 25-year-old man was arrested Thursday for using a stolen bank card multiple times at a convenience store in Kingman.

A 19-year-old woman reported her wallet and bank card stolen from her vehicle and that it was illegally used three times at a convenience store in Kingman on Feb. 21.

Mohave County Sheriff's deputies say Kristopher Allen Pazolt was seen on video surveillance tape using the woman's bank card to purchase energy drinks, a soda and cigarettes.

After talking to store employees and examining the footage, deputies contacted Pazolt in the 4300 block of Stockton Hill Road.

Pazolt allegedly told deputies his friend asked him to go to the store and buy items using the bank card. According to deputies, he told them he didn't know the card belonged to someone besides his friend until later that day.

Pazolt was taken into custody and booked into jail on felony charges of theft of a credit card.

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