The search is over for a woman wanted by Myrtle Beach police in connection with multiple credit card frauds.
Ashleigh Paige Daniels, 22, whose hometown was not listed, was arrested Tuesday and charged with 20 counts of credit card fraud, according to Myrtle Beach Jail records.
Myrtle Beach police announced they were searching for Daniels in connection with fraudulent credit card transactions on the department’s Facebook page on Thursday.
Police said they were called about 11 p.m. April 13 to a hotel at 407 30th Ave. N., where a woman, whose age was not listed, told police that someone used a credit card to make a fraudulent reservation at the Breakers Resort at 2008 N. Ocean Blvd. on December 26, police said.
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The reservation was for two nights and valued at about $221, authorities said.
The victim received notice on Feb. 21 that the credit card was fraudulently used and that payment would not be made for the reservation, police said.
Authorities said they had also been called about other fraudulent credit card incidents involving Daniels.
No further details about the other alleged incidents was available.
Contact ELIZABETH TOWNSEND at 626-0217 or on Twitter @TSN_etownsend.