Leslie Glasgow spends $700 on roommate’s credit card, “You said I could I buy cigarettes”

Leslie Glasgow spends $700 on roommate’s credit card, “You said I could I buy cigarettes”

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60-year-old Leslie Glasgow reportedly used her roommate, James Redicker’s, credit card without his permission for transactions dating between October 26th and November 2nd. Officers were dispatched to Lester Ave. on November 3rd regarding a domestic report and spoke with Redicker as they arrived. Redicker advised officers that he was transported to a Mental Health facility on October 26th, left his wallet at his apartment, and came back to $794.00 worth of purchases made with his card. He stated that when he asked Glasgow about it, she replied, “You said I could buy cigarettes.” Redicker called the customer helpline for his credit card as the officers listened to them list off the unauthorized purchases. Officers spoke with Glasgow, who provided receipts correlating with the purchases that the helpline listed and admitted to using Redicker’s card for them. Glasgow was taken into custody for fraudulent use of a credit card on November 4th.

Leslie Glasgow (MNPD)
Leslie Glasgow (MNPD)

Leslie A. Glasgow of Lester Ave in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on November 4th, charged with credit card fraud. She is free on a $1,000 bond.

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