TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. - A New Port Richey woman faces charges after police say she defrauded elderly bank customers out of $200,000 since last November.
The investigation started after a security official at the Tarpon Springs Bank of America complained to police.
Police say Jennifer Wise Trembath, an account representative at Bank of America, opened a business account using her home address, and transferred money from elderly victims' bank accounts.
Trembath is also accused of forging forms and cashing out money from customers accounts.
The 24-year-old was arrested Wednesday at her New Port Richey home.
Trembath faces two counts of Exploitation of the Elderly, and detectives expect to file more charges in the case.
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