Jensen Beach man charged with grand theft, fraudulent use of credit card
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Harry Barbour

A Jensen Beach man has been accused of selling stolen jewelry and using a stolen credit card to buy gift certificates, according to arrest affidavits

Harry G. Barbour, 28, who lives in the 2400 block of Northeast Rustic Way in Jensen Beach and also is identified as Harry Gray Barbour Jr. on an official record, used a credit card taken from a Jensen Beach home in January to buy two gift certificates at a Winn-Dixie, one affidavit said. A third attempt to use the card at Walgreen’s failed, arrest affidavits said.

Then, on Jan. 31, Barbour allegedly sold jewelry stolen from a home in the 1200 block of Mossy Oak Way in Jensen Beach sometime between Jan. 20 and Jan. 27, according to a second arrest affidavit. Several of the pieces were located Monday at a Stuart jewelry store, according to reports.

Barbour remained at the Martin County JailFriday, charged with two counts of grand theft, two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, and one count each of giving false verification of ownership and dealing in stolen property. His bond was $ 45,000, according to jail records…………… continues on TCPalm

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