Moira pair charged in alleged Massena spending spree with stolen credit cards
Friday, October 21, 2011 - 11:42 am

MASSENA – A pair of people from Moira face felony charges after allegedly going on a spending spree with a stolen credit card in Massena, according to state police.

Adam J. Baublitz, 23, has been charged with three counts of misappropriating property: encumbering property, second-degree forgery: official document, a class D felony, second-degree forgery: deed, will, contract, a class D felony, fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property: credit card, one count of petit larceny, and one count of attempted petit larceny.

Kassi-Lynn Marcoux, 24, was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property: credit card, a class E felony, second-degree offering a false instrument, second-degree false sworn statement and five counts of attempted petit larceny.

According to police, Baublitz stole his mother’s credit card and used it at P. City, a shop at the St. Lawrence Centre Mall, and again at an ATM in the mall.

He allegedly again used the card at the Massena Walmart, where he also forged a signature on the receipt.

Police also report, Baublitz reportedly rented two televisions and a Play Station 3 from Massena Rent-a-Center and sold them to unknown persons in Brasher.

Marcoux allegedly attempted to use a stolen credit card on five occasions, but the card was denied.

Marcoux was issued appearance tickets for court at a later date.

Baublitz was held on unspecified cash bail to appear in court at a later date.