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Mass. woman to admit to identity fraud in Salem shopping spree
The shopping trips began around Oct. 12, 2012, and ended with her arrest Oct. 23, 2012, by Salem police.
Prosecutors say Couture tried to spend thousands of dollars on the West Virginia victim’s credit card, and had photo identifications aiding her with impersonating four other victims living in Florida, Maryland and Missouri.
That same day, Couture tried to obtain fraudulent credit accounts at JCPenney and T.J. Maxx, according to indictments. Couture was able to make purchases at the T.J. Maxx store after successfully getting a credit account there, prosecutors said.
Police ultimately tracked down Couture using store security footage of the vehicle she traveled in during the various shopping trips.
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