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Woman accused of buying multiple items with a stolen credit card

BY REBECCA MORIN | APRIL 04, 2013 5:00 AM

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A local woman has been accused of purchasing more than $650 worth of items with a stolen credit card.

Glinda Wilkins, 43, was charged Oct. 17, 2012, with third-degree theft, identity theft, and unauthorized use of a credit card.

The person’s credit card was stolen and used without permission at Wal-Mart and a gas station. Iowa City police investigators identified Wilkins using a surveillance video, the police complaint said.

Wilkins reportedly arrived at Wal-Mart in a vehicle that was later located in her driveway. The vehicle belonged to an associate of Wilkins’ family, and the associate told police officials that Wilkins went to Wal-Mart and purchased several items, the police complaint said.

Wilkins was also on another surveillance video at the gas station in the same clothing she wore to Wal-Mart.

The purchases at both locations totaled to $659.95.

Third-degree theft, identity theft, and unauthorized use of credit card are aggravated misdemeanors.


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