Woman accused of stealing credit card information, going shopping

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A Fort Myers woman suspected of stealing another woman’s credit card information last year was arrested Thursday on several felony warrants.

The victim reported to Naples police last April that someone had charged more than $10,000 to her credit card without her permission. Since she still had the credit card in her possession, she said she believed the card had been cloned.

Police were able to trace Galina Fyodorov, 52, to four of the transactions based on video surveillance at Home Goods and Dillard’s, according to an incident report. Fyodorov spent $1,884 on clothing, furniture and rugs, detectives said.

The Collier County Sheriff’s Office is investigating Fyodorov for other fraudulent charges that happened within their jurisdiction, an incident report said.

Fyodorov faces one count of grand theft and four counts of criminal use of a personal ID. As of Friday, she remained at the Naples Jail Center in lieu of bonds totaling $100,000.

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