Florida Woman Dierdre Dixon, Already In Prison For Fraud, Is Facing Additional Charges
According to reports, a Florida woman already in prison is facing additional jail time for crimes she committed before her arrest. Police are saying the woman, Dierdre Dixon, is accused of swindling more than $90,000 from three elderly Boynton Beach residents.
Police arrest affidavits say Dixon scammed an 88-year-old woman into turning over her Bank of America debit and credit cards. She convinced the woman that her cards had been compromised and promised to return with new cards.
Dixon used similar tactics to con an 88-year-old man into turning over his Wells Fargo credit and debit cards and an 89-year-old woman into handing over her Bank of America cards.
She’s facing additonal charges of grand theft, burglary of an occupied dwelling, fraudulent use of personal identification and possession of stolen credit or debit cards.