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Yavapi County Sheriff: Woman Used Stolen Credit Card Info To Bail Out Boyfriend

Yavapai County Sheriff's Office

Yavapai County authorities say they arrested a woman that they allege used stolen credit card information to bail her boyfriend out of jail.

They say 30-year-old Jasmine Sizelove is being held on suspicion of fraud and fraud by impersonation. She remains in custody on a cash-only $50,000 bond.

The sheriff’s office began investigating the case last month after the victim reported that someone had fraudulently used his credit card to post a nearly $14,000 bond for Michael Ellison via an online service. 

Authorities determined that Ellison's girlfriend, Sizelove, worked at the resort, and allege she stole the credit card number.

Ellison was also taken into custody.

Detectives say Sizelove made multiple attempts to bond Ellison out using credit card numbers for guests at her work.


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