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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville woman is accused of stealing property from nine different people while at the Lakeside Swimming Pool.
According to an arrest warrant, 27-year-old Emily Faulkner took the items on different days, and used many of her victims' credit cards.
Police say the thefts occurred between June 23 and Aug. 7. The alleged thefts were as follows:
June 23: Faulkner allegedly took a shoulder bag that contained cash, debit cards and a cell phone.
June 25: Faulkner allegedly took a debit card, then used it to make over $240 worth in purchases at Kroger. She also took a purse and a wallet from two different victims. She used stolen credit cards from both victims a total of five times to make over $230 of purchases at Kroger and Red Box.
July 1: Faulkner allegedly took a wallet containing credit, debit and gift cards. Police say she then used one of the cards three times to make purchases at Kroger and Red Box in excess of $240.
July 15: Faulkner allegedly took a man's wallet containing his cash and credit cards, and used his cards to make $480 worth in purchases at Kroger.
July 18: Faulkner allegedly took a woman's Prada wallet containing cash and credit cards.
July 20: Faulkner allegedly took a man's wallet, cash, and credit/debit cards while he was in the pool. She then made over $750 in purchases at Kroger, according to police.
On July 21, Faulkner allegedly took a man's wallet from his pants pocket without his consent or knowledge. She then used his stolen credit cards to make over $290 in purchases at Kroger, according to police.
On July 30, Faulkner allegedly took a man's wallet from his pants pocket.
On Aug. 7, Faulkner allegedly tried to steal a wallet, but was caught by a Louisville Metro Police officer. While being questioned by police, she admitted to stealing the property, and using the credit cards, according to the arrest warrant.
She faces nine counts of theft and seven counts of fraudulent use of a credit card.