Home health worker accused of stealing employer’s wallet, fraudulently using her card


Cassandra Nicole Robinson, 41, was arrested last night after her employer received a notification that her card had been used at the Wawa on E. University Avenue.

According to the arrest report, Robinson provides home healthcare services to her employer, who is over the age of 65. The employer reportedly told police that she had received a notification that her card had been used and then realized that her wallet had been taken from the dresser in her bedroom.

The officer reviewed video surveillance at Wawa and reportedly saw Robinson trying to use the card at the cash register at approximately the same time as her employer received the alert.

The officer then made contact with Robinson at her home, and she reportedly said she did not have the wallet and that she was at home at the time of the alleged fraudulent transaction. The officer reported that when Robinson was told she was on video at Wawa, Robinson said she had used her friend “Mona’s” card at Wawa.

Robinson also had an outstanding warrant for violating drug offender probation and is also required to pay past-due amounts in two child support cases. She has been charged with felony exploitation of an elderly person and is being held on $50,000 bond in that case.

Articles about arrests are based on reports from law enforcement agencies. The charges listed are taken from the arrest report and/or court records and are only accusations. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

  • Vulnerable older people are ripped off all the time by criminal “caregivers.”
    Hopefully, this victim will fare better in the future, the perp will be justly punished, and maybe this will sound an alarm to make people more aware…
    We need to look out for each other better.
    That Wawa is turning into quite the target for criminal activity in this town.
    Sad. The law abiding people on the east side need more businesses/services, but the damn criminal culture keeps ruining things every time a business takes the risk and sets up a location there… : (

  • Are you sure that’s a she? Anyway I would beware of letting someone with a chest tattoo care for an elder kin. And it’s not looking good for Wawa either. They could close down if crime doesn’t get under control in District 1, soon. Their overhead costs are sky high, unlike the Indian family-owned liquor enhanced shops nearby.

    • Looks like a “they” to me. Of course, in Gangsville can identify as anything. Do you want to identify as a teenage girl tomorrow? You can!

      • you’re right. GPD needs to be more culturally
        Sensitive and start using the correct pronouns in their
        Police reports. It’s officially GAYnesville too. The
        Lgbwxyz community needs to go before the city &
        County commissions to make sure law enforcement
        Uses the correct pronouns on its forms and in its reports.

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