Former State Representative Arrested on Credit Card Fraud Charges

Former state Representative Kevin M. Haggerty faces forgery and related charges after police say he fraudulently used credit cards belonging to his elderly mother’s caregiver to buy hundreds of dollars worth of booze, food and other items.

In another instance, the ex-legislator walked out of a South Scranton supermarket with a $6.99 pack of ginger ale without paying for it, investigators said.

Haggerty, 48, of 1704 N. Webster Ave., Dunmore, a Democrat who represented the 112th District in the state House for two nonconsecutive terms between 2012 and 2018, was arrested Wednesday after an investigation by Dunmore police and the state attorney general’s office…   The Citizens’ Voice

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