Woman Accused Of Using Bank Cards Stolen From Ohio State Athletic Facilities

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A Columbus woman is being accused of receiving stolen property after she used a credit and a debit card that were reportedly taken from Ohio State athletic facilities.

Carmellia Love, 53, faces two counts of receiving stolen property.

According to court documents, Love allegedly used the cards in August and September at a Family Dollar and a Michael's store.

Police said the credit cards she used had been reported stolen from the French Field House and St. John Arena on the campus of Ohio State University.

Love was scheduled for a court appearance on Thursday.

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