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Forks Township woman wanted for theft, forgery

FORKS TWP., Pa. - Detective Philomena Kelly of Forks Township Police Department has asked a warrant of arrest be issued for Krystal Marie Ogilvie, 35, and that she answers to the charges of forgery, theft and access device issued to another who did not authorize its use. 

Multiple individuals reported fraud regarding credit card use and stolen check books throughout the months of April and May. 

Through an investigation, detectives said a resident in the 300 block of Ramblewood Drive in Easton stated he had unauthorized charges on his Visa Chase credit card bill for Omaha Steaks in the amount of $420. He also stated there were additional charges in the amounts of $120, $175, and $111. It was found the steaks were delivered to 1049 W. Wilkesbarre St., Easton. 

A second victim reported to investigators that four check books were stolen from her mailbox at her residence in the 2000 block of Lenape Way in Forks Township. 

She also stated she received a mail order form from "Eastbay" indicating they don't take personal checks over $500. The victim then turned over the order form from "Eastbay" and found the check was filled out with the suspect's handwriting. The shipping address written on the form was 1045 W. Wilkesbarre St., Easton. 

Investigators discovered the suspect left a phone number on the order form and traced it to Ogilvie, who lives at 1049 W. Wilkesbarre St., Easton. 

Detectives went to the address at 1049 W. Wilkesbarre St., which is a half double connected to 1045 W. Wilkesbarre St. 

Officials spoke with Ogilvie, who said she delivers papers in Forks Township near the streets where there were thefts from mailboxes and packages from residences.

Ogilvie admitted the phone number on the Eastbay order form was her old cell phone number. 

Throughout further investigation, another victim in Forks Township reported she had unauthorized transactions on her Bon Ton credit card totaling over $1,000. She is on the same route Ogilvie delivers papers to. 

 


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