Parents Want Teen Daughter Hit With Felony Fraud Charge

She allegedly used dad's info to buy $1,200 flight to Germany
By Michael Harthorne,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 4, 2017 2:16 PM CST
Parents Want Teen Daughter Hit With Felony Fraud Charge
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There's tough love, and then there's pushing for felony charges against your teenage daughter. Michigan Live reports an area dad received notification Sunday about a possibly fraudulent charge on his credit card. It was determined that the man's 18-year-old daughter had allegedly used his information to get a credit card, which she used to buy $1,200 worth of plane tickets to Germany to visit her boyfriend, according to WPBN. Police and TSA agents pulled the woman off a plane prior to take-off Sunday and handed her over to her parents. The New York Post reports authorities are now pursuing a felony credit card fraud charge at the behest of the woman's parents. (Read more weird crimes stories.)

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