Caledonia Woman Charged With 23 Counts Of Unathorized Use Of Credit Card
The following information was supplied by the Caledonia Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
A woman is accused of using her boyfriend's mother's credit card and writing checks out of her checking account.
Bethany Condill, 32, of Racine, was charged with theft, writing worthless checks, forgery, theft of a bankcard and 23 counts of unauthorized use of identity.
According to a report by the Caledonia Police Department, Condill allegedly stole old payroll checks and credit cards from her boyfriend’s mother. Condill and her boyfriend, who were staying with his mother in the 8300 block of Maple Drive, fled after the boyfriend’s mother confronted them.
The man told his mother they were staying in a motel in South Milwaukee, but he didn’t disclose their location. The checks, which exceeded $2,000, were cashed at Rudy’s Tavern, 2515 Douglas Ave., where Condill worked. The owner told police he suspected that Condill had a drug and alcohol problem, so he fired her.