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Two arrests made in identity theft case

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DALTON, GA. (WRCB)-- Two are behind bars in Whitfield County regarding a case of identity theft.

Dalton police say 34-year-old Christopher Wayne Caldwell and 32-year-old Crystal Dawn Caldwell allegedly stole a woman's wallet at Tiger Creek Elementary School and used her American Express to purchase a flat-screen TV.

Christopher Caldwell was arrested Thursday and Crystal Caldwell turned herself in Friday morning.

Mr. Caldwell is being charged with making false statements, identity theft, and credit card fraud.

Ms. Caldwell is being charged with making false statements and theft by receiving.

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