RANDOLPH, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) – Multiple Commonwealth Police Services have charged a Weymouth woman with charges relating to robberies at senior and self-catering residences.
An investigation into Anne Rose Fleurant, 36, began in late March when a victim reported to police that she noticed jewelry missing an hour after Fleurant left her apartment in Randolph. According to the Randolph Police Department, the victim also said his credit card was used at a liquor store and at Macy’s at South Shore Plaza in Braintree.
In partnership with the Weymouth Police Department, officers said they discovered Fleurant had posed as a home care aide or hospice worker to steal valuables including jewellery, handbags designer labels, credit cards, checks and cash at many assisted living facilities for seniors.
Fleurant allegedly used credit cards at many local stores to purchase large amounts of merchandise.
Police say Fleurant was employed as a home health aide and allegedly stole property from people with dementia and repeatedly convinced victims that she had been sent by an insurance company or that she worked for a hospice.
Fleurant faces charges in Randolph, Weymouth, Cohasset and Quincy:
- Identity theft
- Receive a stolen credit card
- Misuse of a credit card
- Two counts of receiving stolen property
- Larceny in a building
- Receive stolen goods
- Identity theft
- Three counts of larceny of a building
Police said they found and arrested Fleurant in his vehicle in Weymouth, where they discovered personal checks from three different victims, work identification badges from a dozen healthcare agencies and other items valuable.
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“We encourage anyone who believes they may be a victim or who has noticed jewelry or other valuables missing in similar circumstances to contact the Randolph Police Department,” said Randolph Police Chief Anthony Marg. The DPR has what it believes to have been stolen. property to their headquarters, hoping to reunite the lost items with their true owners.