According to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, Beverly Leblanc acquired the victim’s credit card information when she worked for him as a housekeeper.
PALM COAST, Fla. — A Palm Coast woman is behind bars after she was accused of using credit card information of a former client to make online purchases and stay at a motel.
According to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, the 77-year-old victim received a call from his credit card company telling him that there was suspicious activity on his county. He later learned there were multiple charges for online purchases as well as a three-week stay at a motel.
Detectives later identified 59-year-old Beverly Leblanc as the suspect.
The sheriff’s office says Leblanc first met the victim on a social media platform in regards to housekeeping services he needed last year. He ended her services in December; however, Leblanc kept the victim’s credit card information.
According to FCSO, deputies seized notes with the victim’s credit card information, receipts, a cell phone, computer, hard drive, cameras and three packages from eBay.
The sheriff’s office arrested Leblanc and charged her with fraudulent use of a credit card. Her bond was set at $10,000.