A homeless woman who was arrested Tuesday on several fraud charges is now facing an additional charge related to an Aug. 1 incident.
According to Floyd County Jail reports:
Susan Elizabeth Flemister, 46, is now facing a felony theft by conversion charge. She had stopped at least two payments on a 2015 Hyundai Sonata belonging to an 87-year-old man without his permission.
This same man had his personal information used by Flemister to open up a credit card, a Walmart card and a Home Depot card. She had set up the store cards to list her as an authorized user. She racked up $19,836 in charges on four credit cards before they were cancelled.
She also started using a woman’s Walmart card in January 2017 without her knowing. By June 22, 2017, the card had an outstanding balance of $2,833.
She is additionally charged with two felony counts of exploitation of and intimidation of disabled adults, elder persons and residents; two counts of financial transaction card fraud; and three counts of identify fraud.
She remained in jail without bond Wednesday night.