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Hartselle Police use Facebook to catch criminals

HARTSELLE, AL (WAFF) -

Two people were arrested after they were identified by Facebook users.

Hartselle Police posted surveillance photos of the suspects using a stolen debit card at a store. They are accused of buying almost $1,500 worth of merchandise at Walmart on March 4th.

Charissa Lee Garmon and Donnie Wayne Garmon were arrested for fraudulent use of a debit card on March 36th.

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