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Debra Ann Jones

Two charged for making fraudulent gas purchases

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Police arrested two Rocky Mount residents in connection with $237 in fraudulent gas purchases from the N.C. Education Lottery.

Authorities said Debra Ann Jones used to work for the N.C. Education Lottery and was issued a credit card to purchase fuel, which was used between January and February to purchase more than $200 in gas and Rocky Mount gas stations.

Jones, 50, was charged with four felony counts of embezzlement and issued a $7,500 unsecured bond. William Tyrone Bobbitt, 44, was charged with four felony counts of obtaining property by false pretenses and issued a $2,500 unsecured bond.

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fraud

you just can't give some people anything without them messing it up. she had (HAD) a great job.

Does anyone proof read this paper?

You state that she spent $237.00, $200.00 to buy gas and Rocky Mount gas stations. I did not know you could buy a gas station for $37.00!!! You need to hire a proof reader!

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