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Houston man arrested in Comanche Co skimmer case

Daniel Jordan (Source Comanche County Detention Center) Daniel Jordan (Source Comanche County Detention Center)

MEDICINE PARK, OK (KSWO) –A Houston man was arrested in Medicine Park Saturday morning after police caught him trying to remove a skimmer on an ATM.

Daniel Jordan was arrested at 12:55 a.m. Saturday after police were trying to catch the person responsible for putting skimmers on ATMs in the area. The officer saw a silver Mercedes Benz drive up to an ATM they were watching. The officer in turn called the security guard monitoring security footage, the guard said the man was wearing a mask and was trying to remove a skimmer.

Jordan was pulled over on Highway 49 and removed from his vehicle at gunpoint. He was taken to the Comanche County Detention Center for obtaining personal, financial information from a financial institute. His bond was set at $1 million.

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