ELMA, N.Y. (WIVB) - State Police say a housekeeper stole a credit card from the woman she worked for and used it six times, charging just over $1,000.
After noticing her credit card was missing from her purse last Tuesday, an Elma woman called the issuing company and learned of the charges on her card. After that, she called State Police.
Using video surveillance from the places the card was used, troopers were able to identify the Elma woman's housekeeper, 29-year-old Amanda Dryden of Alexander, as the suspect.
Dryden was arrested Saturday and police say she admitted stealing and using the card while being questioned.
Dryden is due back in court at later date to answer to the charge of fourth degree grand larceny.
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