A woman was arrested on 55 counts of fraud, forgery and exploitation of the elderly Wednesday after she was accused of stealing more than $30,000 from an elderly person in her care.
Amy Glover was taking care of an elderly woman between February and July. During that time, investigators said, she obtained checks and credit cards from the victim. Between February and November, Glover used the victim's credit cards and made the checks payable to herself and also forged the victim's signature and cashed the checks, Leon County Sheriff's Office said in a news release.
The 31-year-old surrendered at the Leon County Jail. She was charged with one count of exploitation of the elderly, 24 counts of fraud cash deposits, 24 counts of forgery, one count of fraud to obtain property, one count of criminal use of personal identification, one count of theft from a person over 65 and three counts of fraudulent use of credit cards.
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Tallahassee woman accused of stealing $30,000 from elderly person in her care