Police: Man stole, tried to use credit card
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Police: Man stole, tried to use credit card

Suspect charged with felony

Express Staff Writer

Michael A. Rodman

A 36-year-old Blaine County man has been charged with a felony for allegedly stealing another man’s credit card and attempting to use it up to 26 times at ATMs and retail stores in the Ketchum area.

Michael A. Rodman is also being investigated by Sun Valley police for car theft.

Ketchum police arrested Rodman the afternoon of Thursday, Sept. 20, after he was detained by Hailey police who were told that he was at the Farmer’s Market on Main Street in Hailey.

“When we heard he was in our area, we wanted to catch him before he committed a crime in our area,” Hailey police Lt. Steve England said Monday.

Rodman was formally charged with the felony crime of “criminal possession of a financial transaction card” at an initial court appearance Friday in Blaine County Magistrate Court. Hailey attorney Christopher Simms was appointed public…………… continues on Idaho Mountain Express and Guide

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