Woman Arrested After Stealing from Elderly Woman in Assisted Living

Kristin Micken, 20, was arrested and charged with six counts of fraudulent use of a personal identification.

LADY LAKE — A Reddick woman was arrested Monday afternoon after allegedly stealing money from a woman living in a Lady Lake assisted living home.

According to arrest reports, the victim lived at the Springs of Lady Lake Assisted Living Facility in Lady Lake until she passed away on March 16.

After her passing, the victim’s son noticed sever transactions on the victims bank account that he says could not have been the victim’s since she was living in the facility.


Of the transactions, the victim’s son found two $135 debits on February 19, a $120 debit on February 25, a $44.26 charge for concert tickets on March 1, a debit for $150 on March 1, and finally a $100 debit on March 5, all totaling to $684.26.

Upon noticing the suspicious transactions, the son contacted the Lady Lake Police who were able to obtain the IP address from an employee of the assisted living facility.

The report states that 20-year-old Kristin Micken allegedly used a Square mobile credit card reader that attaches to a mobile phone to fraudulently make the transactions.

Micken was arrested just before 3 p.m. on Monday and transported to the Lake County Jail where she remains in lieu of a $30,000 bond.

Micken was charged with 6 counts of Criminal use of personal identification. She is scheduled to appear in court on June 10 at 8:30 a.m. for her arraignment.