Keene Police arrested a Keene State College (KSC) student after the student said he deceptively made charges on his friend’s mom’s credit card back in January of this year.

The Keene Sentinel reported KSC first-year Forrest Spinney was “arrested and charged with three misdemeanor counts of credit card fraud, according to Keene Police Lt. Shane C. Maxfield.”

Spinney used information from Dover resident Kimberly Milliken’s credit card.

Milliken’s son, Mattias Milliken Keyser, had his mother’s card in his wallet when Spinney took it, according to Maxfield. Among purchases for Domino’s pizza and online apps, the 19-year-old also spent “a couple hundred dollars for concert tickets,” Maxfield said.

Maxfield said Spinney was let go on a $1,500 personal recognizance and is set to appear in 8th Circuit Court District Division in Keene on May 18.

KSC Associate Director of Campus Safety Stuart Mitchell said he didn’t have any information on the case.

Dorothy England can be contacted at dengland@kscequinox.com