MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Three California men are accused of using stolen credit cards to buy more than $100,000 in luxury items including a Rolex watch aboard Carnival Cruise Line ship Victory.

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol quickly discovered that 26-year-old Myrick Rucker Jr. had a bench warrant in California when he got off the ship in Miami on Tuesday.

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The Miami Herald reports Rucker tried to get rid of the Rolex as he was led to another checkpoint.

A police report says agents found that Rucker, along with Sheldon Johnson and Sirvontre Ingram, used stolen credit cards to make numerous purchases.

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Investigators say the men denied using stolen cards.

The case was handed over to Miami-Dade police.

They’re charged with grand theft, fraudulent use of credit cards and organized fraud.

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