Suspect Charged With Stealing, Using Titans TE Jared Cook’s Credit Card

Five people who burgled a string of homes and vehicles — including the car of Titans tight end Jared Cook — and attempted to sell their loot on eBay have been charged by Metro-Nashville police. WTVF-TV reported Saturday that Cook’s credit card was stolen from his vehicle and then used to buy more than $3,000 worth of electronics at several Wal-Mart stores in the Nashville area.

A 19-year-old charged in the case can be seen on Wal-Mart video using the card to make the purchases, The Tennessean reports. He is charged with two counts of credit card fraud, identify theft and forgery. The defendant has denied involvement in the case.


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