The Guam Police Department has arrested a 28-year-old woman for theft of property.
The victim says her friend and former houseguest whom she identified as Leanza Shavel Marie Borja had stolen her Navy Federal Credit Union ATM card and withdrawn $400.
When the victim checked her bank account online, she discovered that there were two withdrawals from a Bank of Guam ATM at a Shell gas station totaling about $406.
According to court documents, each transaction had an additional $1.00 fee, which brought the total to $408.
GPD then spoke to Borja on January 24 and she admitted that she had taken the victim’s card in May of last year and withdrawn $400 to rent a motel room, purchase cigarettes, food and load her cell phone.
Borja claims she took the card because she had given the victim $900 from her stimulus check and then the victim kicked her out of the victim’s residence.
Leanza Shanel Borja has been charged with theft of property as a misdemeanor.
She was booked and confined.