2 accused of stealing from nursing home residents in South Count - KMOV.com

2 accused of stealing from nursing home residents in South County

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Cristal Collier and Nicole Rodoni, allegedly stole IDs and credit cards from nursing home residents in South County and tried to use them to buy items. Credit: St. Louis Co Police Cristal Collier and Nicole Rodoni, allegedly stole IDs and credit cards from nursing home residents in South County and tried to use them to buy items. Credit: St. Louis Co Police
SOUTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) -

Two woman are facing charges for allegedly stealing IDs, credit cards and checks from nursing home residents in south St. Louis County.

Cristal Collier, 34, is charged with first-degree burglary, second-degree burglary, forgery and receiving stolen property. Nicole Rodoni, 30, is charged with forgery.

Police allege Collier stole items from two residents at Delmar Gardens South including wallets, IDs and credit cards. She allegedly did the same thing to a resident of Tesson Heights Retirement Home. Police believe she used the credit cards to buy several items and used a victim’s ID to cash a forged check.

Collier is also accused of trying to pass checks stolen from the Orchid Terrace Nursing Home.

Rodoni allegedly tried to cash a stolen check using a stolen ID.

Both Collier and Rodoni are being held in the St. Louis County Jail on cash-only bonds. Bond for Collier was set at $46,000 and bond for Rodoni was set at $10,000.

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