Man Accused Of Stealing From Family Members

A man is accused of stealing from his family members and faces identity theft, financial card fraud and other charges.

Robert Williams, age 19 of the Hollister area of Halifax County, was arrested after a two-month investigation.

Lawmen say he went into homes of family members and took cards without the victim's knowledge, then withdrawing around $1400.00 before the theft was discovered and the accounts were closed.

Williams has a court date for June 3.

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  • by Jeff Location: Winterville on May 22, 2009 at 03:35 PM
    What a loser. The family will never see the money again.
  • by Kim Location: Colerain on May 22, 2009 at 09:24 AM
    Dont worry Robert, you will get off with a slap on the wrist. This happened to me at work last year the person that robbed me got no active time. I am still waiting for reimbursement. She has more rights than I do.
  • by WGAF Location: Jacksonville on May 22, 2009 at 08:58 AM
    Like that old song "What People do for Money". Sadley it happens all the time. I had a brother who used my sons SSN to get a Credit Card and Ran it up 15,000. I took me 2 years to get that corrected to prove that my child was only 9 at the time of the incident. Worst of all I had a CC with the same company who tried to put the balance on my account because my son was a minor, my intrest went up and my min went up 5x the orginial min payment due. Got to Love the CC Companies. Hope Obama hands it to them the theifs.

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