LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Kentucky woman is accused of stealing $76,000 worth of jewelry and credit cards while working as an in-home caregiver, authorities said.
Police said the thefts occurred for two months beginning in June 2019, according to an arrest report.
According to the report, Rucker sold several pieces of jewelry to two pawn shops in Jefferson County, WLKY reported. Investigators found 12 pawn tickets in Rucker’s name, which were issued during her time as a caregiver, the television station reported.
According to the arrest report, Rucker admitted using the cards to make unauthorized purchases or withdrawals from the victims’ bank accounts, WDRB reported.
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