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Former Rock Hill Rescue Squad captain accused of making personal purchases with squad finances

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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

Joseph David Shackelford, Jr. spent more than $9,000 of the Rock Hill Rescue Squad's money on personal purchases during his time as captain of the squad, according to an arrest warrant. 

Officials say Shackelford was one of three members with access to the squad's bank account. "According to records and receipts, the defendant used $9,265.46 of the squad's money for personal gain," the warrant alleges. 

The personal spending reportedly happened between July 31, 2014, and Dec. 14, 2015.

Shackelford faces charges for breach of trust with fraudulent intent.

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