Hudson Valley Woman Accused of Stealing $30,000 in Identity Theft
Police allege that a Hudson Valley woman opened multiple credit cards in another person’s name, racking up over $30,000 in charges.
On Tuesday, New York State Police from Poughkeepsie arrested 46-year-old Laura Quinn of Lagrange for identity theft, grand larceny and attempted identity theft, all felonies.
Troopers received a complaint in November 2017 of fraudulent credit cards being opened and used in the victim’s name.
Following a two-month investigation, police allege Quinn opened the accounts and made purchases of over $30,000.
Quinn was arraigned before the town of Lagrange Court and released on her own recognizance.
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