Man accused of stealing, using co-worker’s credit card formally charged

DAYTON — A man accused of stealing and using a co-worker’s credit has been formally charged.

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Terrell Seege, 23, was indicted Wednesday on two counts of identity fraud and a misdemeanor count of misuse of credit cards, according to a Montgomery County Grand Jury Report.

Englewood Police received a report in June of fraudulent transactions on a woman’s credit card. Seege is alleged of making several transactions using the victim’s card, the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office said.

As News Center 7 previously reported, he spent 60 days in jail for stabbing a man in a knife fight at an Englewood Kroger. He recorded it on Facebook Live.

Seege is not in custody and his next court appearance is scheduled for July 25.

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