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Police: Stamford woman used co-workers credit card to pay wedding photographer

Alina Smolitsky, 30, of Glenbrook Road, was charged with using a co-workers credit card to make a $1,300 deposit to a wedding photographer. Photo: Stamford / Contributed Police: Stamford woman used co-worker’s credit card to pay wedding photographer STAMFORD — A city woman has been accused of using a co-worker’s credit card to pay for her wedding photographer. Sgt. Steve Perrotta said police received a complaint from an S.A.C. Capital Partners employee in June 2016 about unauthorized charges made on a credit card. The person said the charges occurred about a week after loaning the card to her co-worker, Alina Smolitsky, 30, so she could put gas in her car, Perrotta said. The person said Smolitsky immediately returned her credit card and reimbursed her for the gasoline. But about a week later, the woman discovered $1,852 in charges she never made on the card. Smolitsky was no longer working for the hedge fund at that time. Police investigators discovered the charges were made to pay some of Smolitsky’s day-to-day bills and $1,300 was used for a deposit to the photographer, Perrotta said. Police determined Smolitsky made the deposit for a photographer at her wedding that was scheduled for October 2016.

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