Edmond woman accused of using dead parents credit cardMujer de Edmond acusados de utilizar la tarjeta de crédito de padres muertosThursday, June 9th, 2011
A local woman is accused of charging more than $35,000 on her dead parents’ credit cards.
Julie H. Frias, 52, of Edmond, was arrested and was being held in the Oklahoma County jail Friday without bail.
Frias is named in 21 complaints of possession of a signed or unsigned credit card.
The woman admitted to charging $978 for Oklahoma State University season Football tickets and $1,664 to the OSU Posse, according to a police affidavit. The charges were made May 7, 2010 according to the affidavit.
Frias’ father, Sam W. Hunsaker, died in November 2009, and her mother Willie Bess Hunsaker, died in January 2010.
The credit cards had been used at various places in Oklahoma, Nevada, Texas, Mexico and across Europe.
On 15 different days, more than $38,000 in chargeswas made to Frias and Sons LLC, a company police said Frias ran from her Edmond home. Each time the credit card was swiped on a house credit card machine operated by Frias for her business, the affidavit shows.
Frias told police some of the money was used as earnest money for the property dealings. She said she was using that card because of the available frequent flier miles and the high credit limit, the affidavit states.
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