St. Cloud police officer accused of using dead person’s credit card

ST CLOUD, Fla. — Deputies in Osceola County said a St. Cloud police officer has been arrested for credit card fraud.


Officials said the officer stole and used credit card information from a person who died.

Deputies said the officer gained access to the information when she arrived on the scene of a medical emergency.

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Osceola County Sheriff Marcos Lopez is held a news conference at 11 a.m. Wednesday to discuss the arrest.

Channel 9 will have a crew at the event and will provide updates on Eyewitness News.

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