Carlyle Man Charged in Centralia Theft By Deception CaseA 36-year-old Carlyle man had bond set at $10,000 after being charged in Marion County Court with theft by deception.
Charles Anderson of Oak Street is accused of taking $250 from Matthew Feazel and deprive him permanently of the property on July 21st. The charge is based on Anderson having a prior theft conviction.
Centralia Police have arrested Anderson on several other theft cases in the past two weeks, but he had been released on those charges pending further investigation. He was taken into custody for allegedly taking the money from Feazel on Thursday.
Anderson had the public defender appointed to represent him after probable cause was found at Friday's court hearing to continue holding him on the charge. A preliminary hearing was set for August 18th.
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