Upper St. Clair police accuse a Crafton woman of making $3,100 of unauthorized charges on a 73-year-old stroke victim's credit card.
Jennifer S. Mrozek, 28, is charged with one count of forgery and one count of access device fraud.
According to the criminal complaint, Mrozek befriended the Upper St. Clair man as he was trying to assist her with some personal issues. The man allegedly let Mrozek use the credit card to purchase cigarettes and ice cream. She then returned the card, but it later went missing from the victim's wallet, according to the complaint. When it reappeared, the man's statement allegedly showed $3,100 in charges.
Mrozek's preliminary hearing in front of district Judge Robert Wyda on Monday was continued for 30 days.
District Judge Wyda also heard the following cases on Monday, Dec. 31:
- The case against Daniel Ray Lutz, Jr., 30, of Claysville, was continued until Jan. 14. Lutz is charged with one count of retail theft from Sears.
- The case against Maneesha Kumar-Cleetus, 46, of Upper St. Clair, was continued until April 1. Kumar-Cleetus is charged with one count of retail theft from Kohl's.
- The case against Steven Kail, 21, of Bethel Park, was continued until Jan. 7. Kail is charged with one count of retail theft from Kohl's.
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