MASON CITY, Iowa – A trial is scheduled for a woman accused of charging thousands on her mother’s credit card.
Marissa Castine Nichols, 32 of Mason City, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to credit card fraud. Authorities accuse her of racking up more than $3,400 in local and out-of-state charges on her mother’s credit card from June 30 until the card was cancelled on July 23.
Court documents say Nichols got the card out of a box under her mother’s bed.
Her trial is set to begin on January 15, 2019.
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