Four Southborough residents noticed more than pepperoni pies charged to their credit cards after ordering from the local Domino’s Pizza shop. Pedro Duarte, a former deliveryman for the Turnpike Road pizza chain, had swiped four customers’ credit card numbers in September and went on a shopping spree, buying thousands of dollars worth of “stuff” he said he needed for his apartment, according to a police report. The now unemployed 20-year-old, of 35 Briarwood Lane in Marlborough, was charged last week in Westborough District Court on four counts of identity fraud. He was released on personal recognizance and his next court date is scheduled for March 21, according to court records.
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