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Waterloo woman allegedly stole credit cards, made $5,600 worth of illegal purchases

A Waterloo woman is facing multiple felony charges after being arrested by Seneca Falls Police for allegedly making a large purchase with illegally obtained credit cards.

Officers arrested Nancy A. Pascarella, 50, of Waterloo on November 3rd at about 5:30 pm. Pascarella was charged with the felonies of identity theft in the first degree and identity theft in the second degree – as well as the misdemeanors of identity theft in the third degree and unlawful possession of personal identifying information in the third degree.

The arrest stems from an investigation into $5,600 of purchases made in the Town of Seneca Falls with fraudulently obtained credit cards in July and August of this year. The victims were from Florida, Michigan and North Carolina. Pascarella was arraigned in Seneca Falls Town Court and was released on her own recognizance. Pascarella is to reappear in Town Court on December 1st, 2016 at 5 pm.

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