LODI, Wis. - A woman faces felony credit card fraud charges for allegedly making fraudulent purchases ranging from toiletries to trampolines, Columbia County officials said.
The Columbia County Sheriff's Office arrested a woman from rural Lodi Tuesday in connection with an embezzlement case, according to a release.
Deputies were told a rural Lodi business had money stolen by fraudulent means and the unauthorized use of company credit cards, officials said.
Nina M. McConnell, 33, was arrested for felony credit card fraud or more than $10,000, according to the release.
McConnell worked at the business, and investigators estimated that she made $51,992.34 in unauthorized transactions, officials said. In one six-month period, she made more than $10,000 in unauthorized transactions.
According to the release, McConnell's purchases ranged from toiletry items to trampolines.
Deputies executed a search warrant Thursday at McConnell's home and recovered numerous items that had been illegally obtained, officials said.
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