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Two arrested in Lexington County for credit card fraud

Xanthe Amanda Smith (Source: Lexington County Detention Center) Xanthe Amanda Smith (Source: Lexington County Detention Center)
LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

Investigators in Lexington County have arrested two people in connection with cases of credit card fraud.

Xanthe Amanda Smith was arrested by the Lexington County Sheriff's Department. The 28-year-old Smith has been charged with four counts of financial transaction fraud, four counts of financial identity fraud, and one count of financial transaction card theft. 

Deputies have also served arrest warrants for 44-year-old Amanda Hope Somogyi. She is facing six counts of financial transaction card fraud, six counts of financial identity fraud, and three counts of financial transaction card theft.

The investigation, according to Lexington County Sheriff's Department spokesman Captain Adam Myrick, is ongoing and additional charges are pending. 

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