A new Mexican man is accused of using a girlfriend's credit card following his disappearance

A new Mexican man is accused of using a girlfriend's credit card following his disappearance
A woman who served 31 years in the United States Army disappeared from her home in Farmington, New Mexico two months ago following what the family described as a heated confrontation with her boyfriend.

Cecelia "CeCe" Barber Finona, 59, was last seen on May 30 at the home where she was living with her fiancé, Jerry Jay, and her mother, according to Farmington Police Department spokeswoman Nicole Brown.

Finona's mother told investigators that the two were arguing that night and one of them left the house.
Two days later, Finona's mother discovered something was wrong. Finona, and his white Ford truck, were gone. But his bag and driver's license were abandoned, court documents revealed.

Investigators say foul play is suspected in its loss.

On June 5, police were found. Jay had used a payment card at an ATM in Las Vegas, Nevada. The card belonged to Finona, police said.
He also used his cards in Farmington, New Mexico, Window Rock, Arizona and Kingman, Arizona, police said. The total reduction was over $ 1,200.

Jay, 57, was arrested and charged with one count of illegal withdrawal from a financial institution. He remains in prison in Reno, Nevada.

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