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Two R.I. men face credit card fraud charges in Mass.

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Two Rhode Island men are facing charges in Massachusetts that they used a counterfeit credit card to make more than $3,500 in purchases and that they had dozens of other credit cards in other people’s names in their car. Ivannieris Mejias of Providence and Davis Valverde of Cranston R.I., were both held on bail after pleading not guilty Monday to charges including improper use of a credit card, receiving stolen property over $250, larceny over $250, and forgery. Employees at a Staples store in Westborough called police Sunday to report that two men had used a questionable credit care to make $3,500 in purchases.

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