Jackie Alexander of the St. Petersburg Times reports:
A woman accused of using the identities of patients at a St. Petersburg nursing home to fund a $100,000 shopping spree was extradited from Michigan on Thursday.
Rhonda Felicia Gills, 40, of Comanche Avenue in Tampa faces one count of organized fraud and 16 counts of criminal use of personal identification information. She was being held at the Pinellas County Jail in lieu of $290,000 bail.
According to witness statements, Gills and Natasha Tanksley, a former employee at the Apollo Health & Rehabilitation Center in St. Petersburg, used names, birth dates, addresses and Social Security numbers from 15 former residents and others to open and use credit card accounts from January to July 2007.
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