Home health aide stole client's credit card, police say

Posted at 3:19 PM, Sep 30, 2016

DELHI TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Police are looking for a home health aide who they say took and used a client's credit card without permission.

Shanice Campbell, 25, used a credit card she took from a disabled woman she cares for as a home health aide, according to court records. She then gave the card to someone else who made several more purchases.

Campbell told police that the client had given her permission to make the purchase, but the client denied having done that, police said in court records.

Police have felony warrants for Campbell on charges of theft from a person from a protected class and misuse of a credit card.

Police asked that anyone with information about Campbell's whereabouts call them at 513-922-0060 or Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.