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March 21, 2012

Nurse Imposters Caught with Stolen Credit Card ( USA)

By Sam Cohen FOX40 News
March 19, 2012
LODI—

Two women allegedly impersonated nurses and stole an elderly man’s credit cards to go on a shopping spree.
Last Friday, 29-year-old Christina Amaya and 46-year-old Elizabeth Marks stopped by a man’s home in a Lodi mobile home park. They said they were nurses from “the hospital” and were checking in on him. The women were wearing scrubs and one showed a hospital identification card.
As the man talked to the “nurses” inside his home, the women took his wallet and then left.
The man called police and his credit card company once he realized his wallet was gone. As cops were taking his report, the credit card company called to report the card was being used at the Kohl’s in Lodi.
Cops just missed the two women at Kohl’s, but they apparently needed more items and headed for the J.C. Penny’s.
Cops were able to arrest Amaya and Marks before they could make a second large purchase.
The two face charges of burglary, elder abuse, possession of stolen property and forgery.
Amaya was in the training process at Sutter General Hospital to be a unit secretary, and had an ID badge from that hospital.
Investigators say they have at least one other report of these two women taking a person’s credit cards. If anyone else recognizes Amaya and Marks, and thinks they may have been their victims, call Lodi Police at (209) 329-3496.
Copyright © 2012, KTXL-TV

 SOURCE:    KTXL-TV
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