A Weymouth woman who worked as a home health aide, and sometimes posed as one, is facing new charges as part of an investigation into allegations she stole jewelry and other valuables from residents of several senior living facilities south of Boston, police said Wednesday.
Anne Rose Fleurant, 36, was charged with larceny from a building and receiving stolen property in Cohasset. She was also charged with identity fraud and three counts of larceny from a building in Quincy and two counts of receiving stolen property in Weymouth, Randolph police said in a statement.
Fleurant was previously charged with identity fraud, receiving a stolen credit card and improper use of a credit card in Randolph after her arrest on March 29, police said.
Fleurant had used her status as a home health aide to commit thefts in addition to posing as a worker in other healthcare fields to enter people’s homes, Randolph Police Chief Anthony Marag said.
Randolph police are looking to return the stolen valuables to the owners once they’re identified.
Some of the items recovered include a set of rings, multiple bracelets, a ceramic apple and The President’s Volunteer Service Award gold coin, according to police.
Fleurant is scheduled to appear at Quincy District Court for arraignment on June 1.
The case remains under investigation.
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