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Milford Police Arrest and Charge Woman in Identity Theft Case

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25-year-old Charde McMillan of Milford 25-year-old Charde McMillan of Milford

MILFORD, Del. - Milford police arrest and charge a woman they say stole another woman's identity. 

Police say the arrest was made last Thursday. Investigators say a 55-year-old woman living in another state called them back in May saying that her identity had been stolen. 

According to Detective Dwight Young of Milford PD, investigators found the suspect, 25-year old Charde McMillan of Milford, soon after the complaint was made.

Young says McMillan posed as the victim and was able to get approved for a loan online valued at more than $1,500 while living at a home in the 600 block of S. Walnut Street.

Police said McMillan proceeded to deposit the loan into the victim's bank account, then removed it sometime in April and deposited it into another bank account before finally spending the money. 

Young would not specify on the exact amount of money the victim lost, but says it was in the thousands.

Authorities charged McMillan with identity theft and 2nd degree forgery. McMillan was arraigned and released on $15,000 unsecured bond.


 

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