KELLI JACK-KELLY: ACCORDING TO WISHTV.COM
IN INDIANA, FORMER RADIO HOST ARRESTED FOR IDENTITY THEFT OF FOUR FAMILY MEMBERS — 4/16/2014
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced charges Tuesday against former radio host Kelli Jack-Kelly.
According Zoeller, Jack-Kelly committed the fraud by stealing the identities of four family members.
The probable cause affidavit states that Jack-Kelly committed the crimes in Anderson at various businesses including PetSmart, King Gyros and Deluxe Donuts using credit cards.
Jack-Kelly was being held in the Marion County Jail. Her bond has been set at $10,000.
24-Hour News 8 went to Jack -Kelly’s home Tuesday morning. On her door a hand written “do not disturb” sign was posted. The sign also directed all questions to an attorney.
Calls were placed to WFMS, where Jack-Kelly has worked in the past as a radio host. It’s unclear if the station will release a comment. Jack-Kelly’s attorney also declined to comment.
Marion County Sheriffs Deputies picked up Jack-Kelly in Marion County on a arrest warrant. The 43-year-old will be transported to the Madison County Jail that’s where the crimes were committed.
Investigators believe Jack-Kelly would intercept credit card offers in the mail for her father and mother-in-law and then open the accounts. Indiana Office of Attorney General is warning Hoosiers to shred all unwanted credit card offers.