MS: Gulfport woman accused in identity theft of hospice patient

There needs to be a special place in Hell for those who take advantage of the seriously ill or disabled. I don’t know if the accused did what she’s accused of, but whoever did should pay dearly for creating stress for a dying woman. Robin Fitzgerald reports:

A Gulfport woman is accused of using a hospice patient’s identity to set up an account for cable services.

Police arrested Melissa Nicole Suttles, 37, on Tuesday after identifying her as the one who used a woman’s personal information without her permission, police Sgt. Damon McDaniel said.

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