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ST. GEORGE — A former Washington County probation officer who has had multiple run-ins with the law is facing new felony charges this month for allegedly fraudulently using a credit card on an online dating website.
On Sept. 15, police responded to a local business on a report of a fraudulent transaction on the company’s credit card, according to a probable cause statement filed by Washington City Police in support of the arrest.
The business credit card had been used to create an account on an online dating website known as “Zoosk,” the report states. Four transactions were made on the credit card without authorization.
A warrant was issued by the 5th District Court for Zoosk to provide information associated with the credit card number, including the name of the profile owner, account information and internet IP address history.
Police learned that the phone number, date of birth and profile pictures matched 53-year-old Kim Ray Terry II, of Veyo, the arresting officer wrote in the sworn statement.
On Dec. 21, Terry was questioned at the Washington City Police Department where he reportedly told officers he didn’t want to answer their questions regarding the charges.
In April 2016, Terry worked as a private probation officer when he was accused of pulling a gun on another driver during a road rage incident. He pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in May.