Someone Racks Up $3,400 Credit Card Bill at Beauty Supply Store
A 48-year-old Kent woman called Stow Police Sept. 8 to report that someone stole her credit card numbers and used it to make $3,436.88 in purchases from Sally Beauty Supply. Theft, in this situation, is a fifth-degree felony. Misuses of a credit card is a fifth-degree felony.
An Ulta Beauty employee called police to report that someone had taken a bottle of Hearts and Daggers perfume, valued at $55 Sept. 7. Theft, in this situation, is a first-degree misdemeanor.
Fake Printed Bills Used to Purchase Ink
The manager of Office Max called police because he said a woman used two fake $50 bills at his store Sept. 8. According to the report, a black female with short hair, mid-30’s, about 5-feet 8- to 10-inches tall bought Lexmark Ink with two counterfeit $50 bills.
Police said the bills weren’t discovered until closing time. There is no video of the unknown woman and there are no suspects at this time, according to officers. The counterfeit bills were placed into property at the police department.
Criminal simulation is a first-degree misdemeanor, in this situation.