Fugitive Nabbed After He Used CVS Rewards Card: Cops
Jamaal Seymour was wanted in Georgia when he used his CVS card to save a little cash in Key West, Florida.
A man wanted by police in Georgia was nabbed after police say they tracked him down using his CVS card.
Cops in Key West say Jamaal Seymour used his rewards card at the pharmacy chain while allegedly on the lam from charges including felony strangulation and aggravated assault with a weapon.
According to local reports, Cobb County, Georgia officials contacted police detectives in Key West after determining Seymour could be on the island.
Shortly after, cops say Seymour used his rewards card at the CVS store. That night, detectives say they spotted him.
Seymour allegedly took off running but was quickly arrested, the AP reports.
Seymour was booked on charges of resisting arrest and other counts. He is due to be arraigned in a Key West courtroom on March 20.
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