DEWITT, NY- A Syracuse female has actually been charged after DeWitt authorities stated she took money and charge card from an 89-year-old local at the Nottingham Retirement CommunityRetirement home on Nottingham Road in DeWitt.
Kacey Bourdon, 48, of Syracuse was charged with second-degree theft, fourth-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree criminal property of stolen building and second-degree identity theft in connection with the December 2015 event.
Cops stated Bourdon stole cash and credit cards after going into a house at The Nottingham, and after that used the taken cards to purchase items at several regional shops.
Authorities stated the incident was part of a scam where Bourdon would go into a house, in some cases while the citizen was house, and come up with a convincing story about why she had entered their house.
The Nottingham has taken a number of steps to avoid future problems of this type, police stated.
Bourdon was arraigned and held at the Onondaga County Justice Center on $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond.