A Rogersville woman faces a host of charges after investigators say she used checks belonging to her grandmother, and bogus documents, to acquire a $500,000 home and nearly $10,000 in furniture to furnish it.
Limestone County authorities say Olivia Muse Hollon, 40, was released on bond from the Limestone County Detention Center. She was arrested Wednesday on charges of four counts of first degree theft by deception, two counts of third degree forgery and one count of identity theft.
According to authorities, a company reported nearly $10,000 in theft of furniture using unauthorized checks belonging to Hollon’s ninety-three-year-old grandmother.
Additionally, a real estate company reported that Hollon used fraudulent documents to procure a home valued at approximately $500,000.
Authorities said a search warrant was executed on the home, and all stolen furniture was recovered and released to the owner.
This investigation is continuing.
Originally Appeared On: https://www.al.com/news/2021/04/alabama-woman-allegedly-swindled-93-year-old-grandmother-to-acquire-home-furniture.html