Seneca man arrested in credit card theft

July 26, 2013

Clemson University police have arrested a Seneca man in an investigation of the theft of an employee’s wallet from a campus office. Richard Clayton Sr. was charged Tuesday with three counts of felony financial transaction card theft, along with petty larceny less than $2 thousand and trespassing after notice. According to a university statement, the 43-year old Clayton was on notice not to trespass on campus. He is neither a Clemson student, nor an employee. Warrants allege Clayton took the wallet with credit cards from an office in the Academic Success Center. He was released from custody on a surety bond of $7,500.

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