Stolen credit card lands man in jail
A man who used a stolen credit card nine times within the span of an hour was sentenced recently to 30 days in jail. Charles David MacAulay appeared before Chief Judge John Douglas in provincial court in Charlottetown. On Aug. 2, 2014, the police received a complaint that a chunk of cement was thrown through a car window. A wallet inside the car was stolen. MacAulay successfully used a credit card from the wallet eight times and made several more unsuccessful attempts. In total MacAulay managed to spend $1,096.16 with the card, but he denied stealing it. Along with the jail time Douglas ordered MacAulay to pay $1,096.16 in restitution.