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PTC woman arrested after stealing from clients

Peachtree City Police investigators on Aug. 27 arrested Robin Darleen White, 37, of Aberdeen Drive on with three counts of theft by receiving stolen property and two counts of financial identity fraud. The cleaning service operator is accused of stealing from her clients.

Police spokesperson Rosanna Dove said the charges stemed from an ongoing fraud investigation conducted by the Peachtree City Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division.

Through the course of the investigation, investigators learned that White, who operates a local cleaning service, allegedly committed the theft of a credit card, numerous pieces of jewelry, and other valuables from her clients’ homes and businesses, Dove said.

The investigation revealed that White fraudulently used the credit card and was able to sell the other stolen property to area businesses, said Dove. Due to the nature of her work and because Ms. White is self- employed, investigators are attempting to locate additional clients who may have used her cleaning service at their homes or businesses, said Dove.

White remains in the Fayette County Jail under a $19,700 bond.

If anyone has information that would assist the Police Department in this or any other incidents, please contact the Criminal Investigations Division at 770-631-2510 or the Crime and Narcotics Information Hotline at 770-487-6010. You may remain anonymous.

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diva1's picture

this woman has needed to be caught for a long------------- time-good work detectives!!!!!!!!

Always trying

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