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Watch now: Decatur nurse charged $1,700 on dead patient's credit card, police say

February 23, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Court documents outline what police say happened at the nursing home and how it was found. Calls seeking comment from the facility's administration were not returned.

Watch now: Decatur nurse charged $1,700 on dead patient's credit card, police say

DECATUR — Police accuse a nurse who was employed at a Decatur nursing home of helping herself to a dead resident’s credit card and using it to charge a spending spree of more than $1,700. The 47-year-old registered nurse, who lives in Kincaid, is quoted as telling the detective who arrested her that she had been desperate for cash before landing the nursing home night shift job. “(She) claimed she had been without a job for approximately six months prior to her employment at Fair Haven’s Christian Home and had no money,” said Decatur police Detective Adam Siefman in a sworn affidavit. The nurse was arrested Feb. 16 and booked on a preliminary charge of aggravated identity theft. Calls seeking comment from Fair Havens administration were not immediately returned Monday.

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