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Tulsa Man Arrested For Church Credit Card Fraud

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A Tulsa man was arrested after investigators say he used a church credit card to illegally purchase items from Home Depot. Christopher Patrick Dennis has been released on bond.

Court documents state Dennis went to the Home Depot at 41st and Sheridan earlier this year and used a Guts Church credit card. He fraudulently charged $1,625, according to authorities.

Dennis didn't have permission to have or use the card, court records show. He was arrested September 5 on one count of unauthorized use/possession of a credit card.

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