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Woman arrested on fraud, identity theft charges

A 43-year-old Fern Rock woman is facing charges of forgery, identity theft and additional offenses after allegedly using credit cards she stole from a man’s car in Chestnut Hill on May 22.

Woman arrested on fraud, identity theft charges

Yolonda Millhouse, 43, of Fern Rock, was caught on surveillance cameras using credit cards that she allegedly stole from a man´s car in Chestnut Hill. (Philadelphia Police photo)
Yolonda Millhouse, 43, of Fern Rock, was caught on surveillance cameras using credit cards that she allegedly stole from a man's car in Chestnut Hill. (Philadelphia Police photo) Philadelphia Police

A 43-year-old Fern Rock woman is facing charges of forgery, identity theft and additional offenses after allegedly using credit cards she stole from a man’s car in Chestnut Hill on May 22.

Surveillance cameras recorded Yolonda Millhouse, of 12th Street near Nedro Avenue, using the stolen cards between 1 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. on May 23.

Police said an anonymous tipster contacted the department after the footage was released to the public.  

Millhouse is being held in the Riverside Correctional Facility on $7,500 bail.  

She will appear in court for a preliminary hearing on June 11 according to court documents.

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