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Husband of R.I. lawmaker arrested a second time

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The husband of a Rhode Island lawmaker is facing a new charge of fraudulently using a credit card and has been ordered held at the Adult Correctional Institutions. State Police Major Michael Winquist said Henry Fellela, 55, was arrested Wednesday in Cranston on a warrant issued last week out of Concord, Mass., on a charge of credit card fraud. He is the husband of Representative Deborah Fellela, Democrat of Johnston. He was charged last month with stealing a credit card on which he allegedly made $720 in charges.

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