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MIA Cleaner Allegedly Spent $3K With Passenger's Stolen Credit Cards: Police

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    MIA Cleaner Spends $3K With Stolen Credit Cards

    A cleaner with the Miami International Airport allegedly spend over $3,000 with a passenger's stolen credit cards.

    (Published Tuesday, July 17, 2018)

    A Miami International Airport cleaner is facing fraud charges after she allegedly stole a passenger's bag while she was cleaning a plane and used his credit cards.

    Yeneis Ramon-Dominguez, 28, of Miami, was arrested Monday at the airport's Terminal F after detectives discovered she allegedly made purchases at Taco Bell, Publix, Home Depot, Ulta Beauty, TJ Maxx and Marshalls totaling up to $3,311.50, the arrest form stated.

    The victim left his crossbody bag last month on an American Airlines flight, where Dominguez allegedly stole the bag while she was cleaning the plane. Days later, detectives contacted the victim, who was disputing the fraudulent charges with his credit card companies.

    Dominguez initially faced 20 counts of fraudulent use of a credit card of $100 or more, according to the arrest report. She was released to a first-time offender program on a prior grand theft conviction from 2015.

    She appeared in bond court Tuesday, where the judge reduced her criminal charges to one and her bond to $10,000.

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