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Report: Teammate's wife stole debit card from Felix Hernandez's wife

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08:56 AM ET 10.19 | The wife of Seattle Mariners outfielder Carlos Peguero is facing federal wire-fraud charges for allegedly using a debit card belonging to the wife of star pitcher Felix Hernandez to make nearly $180,000 in online purchases, according to sources and court documents.

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October 19, 2013  09:10 AM ET

"Maria Peguero used a debit card belonging to Sandra Hernandez to have nearly $180,000 in merchandise from Saks Fifth Avenue delivered to her Fife apartment between June 26, 2012 and Oct. 9, 2012."

Good planning, Maria. Don't leave a trail.

October 19, 2013  09:31 AM ET

Advice to Carlos. Testify for the prosecutor and push that she get the full 20 year prison penalty. File the divorce papers and get yourself free.

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October 19, 2013  10:47 AM ET

How do you ring up $180,000 on a debit card?

October 19, 2013  10:58 AM ET
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How do you ring up $180,000 on a debit card?

One purchase at a time.

October 19, 2013  12:24 PM ET

been a thief won't help Carlos peguero's wife, she should get punished for her wrong
doing,,

October 19, 2013  12:52 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

How do you ring up $180,000 on a debit card?

Make $16 million a year helps.

October 19, 2013  01:03 PM ET

Dumb all around, for stealing, for losing the card and revealing the PIN #, for having an apparently unlimited credit line tied to the card, and for leaving a trail to the door.
Ignorance is treatable, stupid goes to the bone!

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October 19, 2013  01:15 PM ET
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If there's a balance, the debit card works.Pay attention.

Sure thing, Dole. If you actually had any money, you'd know most debit cards have daily spending caps to prevent this sort of thing.

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October 19, 2013  03:15 PM ET
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Dumb all around, for stealing, for losing the card and revealing the PIN #, for having an apparently unlimited credit line tied to the card, and for leaving a trail to the door.Ignorance is treatable, stupid goes to the bone!

You don't need the PIN for online purchases. It's rung in like a credit card.

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