A Chicago woman is accused of Aggravated Identity Theft after she allegedly fraudulently used the credit card information of a victim from Yorkville to spend nearly $5,600.
Kendall County Sheriff's Office officials say 26 year-old Alisha Dodson of W. 81st St. turned herself in on a warrant for the felony charge on Tuesday.
Kendall County Jail logs show she was booked into the jail at 4:36 p.m.
Yorkville Police investigated the case. Yorkville Deputy Police Chief Behr Pfizenmaier tells WSPY that the ID Theft was reported on May 9th and the actual theft allegedly occurred on May 5th.
Deputy Chief Pfizenmaier says that Dodson allegedly spent $5,559.59 through online stores with a victim from Yorkville's credit card information.
Following an investigation, a warrant was filed for Dodson on September 11th.
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