MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – The case of a man accused of racking up thousands of dollars in fraudulent credit card charges is going to a grand jury.
The attorney for Ricky Glenn, Jr. waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday, August 7. Glenn is facing 39 counts of credit card fraud and two counts of theft.
His attorney is also asking for bond to be lowered to $1,500 per charge, instead of $3,000. Right now his bond is revoked because he was already out on bond when the latest incident happened.
Investigators said Glenn worked as a driver for the Bay Area Food Bank. They said he used two company credit cards in a gas scheme. Police said Glenn racked up more than $46,000 in fraudulent charges in three days.
Police said his cousin, Derry Glenn, was also involved in the crimes. He’s charged with three counts of credit card fraud.