CAMDEN, N.Y. -- A Rome woman is accused of stealing nearly $5,000 from someone’s bank account.
Nikole Waterman has been charged with grand larceny and identity theft.
State police say Waterman used Western Union Bank transfers to fraudulently steal $4,796 from a victim's bank account in Camden.
They say she impersonated a family member of the victim.
Waterman was sent to the Oneida County jail on $2,500 bail.
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