Police: Care giver reportedly made personal charges on debit card entrusted to her

September 4, 2013 

— A care giver with At Home Care Services made more than $1,000 in personal charges on a debit card belonging to a person in her care, according to a Rock Hill police report.

Ken Gray, owner of At Home Care Services, advised police that one of his employees made the personal charges on the debit card, according to the report. Gray said the employee has been terminated and her remaining wages were garnished to pay back the victim, according to the report.

The incident was reported to police Tuesday.

– Don Worthington

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