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BRIEF: Annapolis man again charged with using credit cards stolen from cars

June 3, 2014

By Ben Weathers, The Capital, Annapolis, Md.

June 03--For the second time in little more than a year, a 42-year-old man has been charged with using credit cards stolen from cars in Annapolis.

Glenard Moulden, of Bloomsbury Square in Annapolis, has been charged with rogue and vagabond, theft of less than $1,000 and four additional counts related to using a stolen credit card, according to online court records.


The charges stem from a theft from car in mid-May in the 200 block of Linden Avenue, city police said.

Moulden was one of five men charged by city police in March 2013 following a rash of thefts from cars. He was charged with using credit cards stolen from cars in that incident, city police spokeswoman Cpl. Amy Miguez said.

Last August, Moulden pleaded guilty to rogue and vagabond in Anne Arundel Circuit Court and was sentenced to three years, with all but 15 days suspended, court records show.

Moulden also has previous convictions for rogue and vagabond and credit card theft, court records state.


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