Assumption Parish detectives have arrested a woman they believe is behind an alleged online scam that stretched from Pierre Part to six other states. Latisha Landry, 32, is charged with 49 counts of credit card fraud. Some victims said they still had not received the items they ordered as far back as April. Janice Twedt, like many people this time of year, turned to the internet to do a little shopping. “Clothes for grandkids, clothes for myself, clothes for my husband, clothes for my older son, Christmas gifts,” Twedt said. Twedt said, as she scrolled through Facebook, she came across Elite Boutique in Pierre Part. She has receipts showing she made several purchases from the online store on August 31, September 1, and 5. The orders totaled just over $50. But she said her items were never delivered. “Towards the end of September I should have had my stuff. I order through the web all the time so I know when where I’m going to get my things,” Twedt said. Twedt said when she took to Facebook to complain to the owner, Latisha Landry, she noticed other Elite Boutique shoppers who claimed they were also waiting for deliveries. The group got together […]
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