Man charged with stealing and using Sullivan businesswoman’s credit cards

On Monday, Oct. 29, the owner of Village Motors in Sullivan began receiving fraud alerts on her credit cards. She then noticed her wallet was missing. 

Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton said she notified his office immediately. She told investigators that three subjects had come in earlier that day, two males and a female. One of the males, Quincy Hall, looked at a vehicle, completed paperwork for a credit check and provided a copy of his driver’s license.

As investigators were at Walmart in Sullivan gathering videos, Hall and another man entered the store.

Contact was made with Hall and he was in possession of several of the victim’s credit cards. Evidence was found showing transactions were conducted there and in Union. Cash back attempts were also made at stores and area ATMs. 

When investigators went to a residence where Hall was staying, they found the remainder of the cards and the victim’s wallet. They also found items purchased with the cards including clothing and a 49-inch television. 

Allegedly, Hall used several associates to purchase items and receive cash back.

An investigation to identify those associates is continuing. 

A warrant was obtained for Hall for three counts of felony stealing. His bond was set at $20,000. 

Pelton said that additional charges are being sought for the associates who assisted Hall in using the stolen credit cards.