Two Hispanic men have bonds set for $75k each for theft of property

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By Ray King

Two Hispanic men were arrested Monday after they picked up a load of metal that had been paid for with a stolen credit card.

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The two, Carlos Perez-Gonadles, 31, and Edel Lopez-Sanchez, 26, were taken into custody by Sheriff’s deputies who had been contacted about the incident.

The two made their first court appearance Thursday for a probable cause hearing where Deputy Prosecutor Beth Carson read the allegation and interpreter Benjamin Quattlebaum translated her words into Spanish.

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Carson said the owner of the card reported that he did not order the metal and said the card had been stolen.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $75,000 bond for Perez-Gonadles, and Lopez-Sanchez after ruling prosecutors have probable cause to charge them with theft of property. They were told to come back to court July 15.

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