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2 busted in PTC for credit card fraud

Two Stone Mountain residents were arrested Aug. 20 for using fraudulent credit cards to purchase two transmissions from a business in the Peachtree City industrial park.

The suspects were stopped on Ga. Highway 74 near Georgian Park based on a vehicle description called in from Jasper Transmission, police said.

Mervin Frasier, 45, of Stone Mountain Parkway and Natasha Stockdale, 33, of Denere Drive were charged with credit card fraud, police said.

Both suspects were taken into custody without incident, police said.

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