SALISBURY, N.C. (WBTV) – A Rowan County woman has been charged with using her brother’s credit card to go on a shopping spree worth more than $33,000 worth of money, meals, and merchandise.
According to the report at the Rowan Sheriff’s Office, Anne Beck Kimball, 62, of Half Moon Circle, was named as the power of attorney over her brother’s affairs in 2011, and at that time, had access to his financial affairs and credit cards.
The warrants say that between June 20 and November 12, 2014, Kimball took $33,229.07 from her brother’s bank account at the State Employees Credit Union. The largest single withdrawal was for $9,900.
Kimball used the card to buy items from stores such as Wilco Hess, Shell Oil, Loves Travel Center, the Fastop Market, Rushco Market, Walmart, Kohl’s, Food Lion, Bojangles, Walgreens and Rite Aid.
The card was also used to purchase vehicle registrations from the North Carolina DMV on two separate occasions for $167 and $83.25, to buy food from Ichiban Steakhouse in Salisbury for $105.72, to buy merchandise from Nascar.com for $156.49, to buy natural mole remover through a PayPal account for $95, items from Vans.com for $58.85, satellite TV service from Dish Network for $200, furniture from Kimbrell’s of Salisbury for $389, and cell phone service and billing from Sprint for $445.05.
Kimball was arrested on November 23 on 47 felony counts of obtaining property by false pretenses, and one count of credit card fraud.
She was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $25,000 bond.
Kimball’s husband, George William Kimball, 69, was arrested Monday, charged with taking $500 from his brother-in-law’s account on Nov. 6, 2014. He was charged with obtaining property by false pretense and placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $2,500 bond.