Norwalk baby sitter Laura Almache accused of using employer's credit card

A Norwalk baby sitter is facing charges after Darien police say she racked up thousands of dollars on her employer's credit card. Police say Laura

Police say Laura Almache spent nearly $2,000 on personal items with her employer's credit card.

Police say Laura Almache spent nearly $2,000 on personal items with her employer's credit card. (3/21/13)

NORWALK - A Norwalk baby sitter is facing charges after Darien police say she racked up thousands of dollars on her employer's credit card.

Police say Laura Almache, 33, turned herself in last week following the start of an investigation in December.

Investigators say Almache was given the credit card for household expenses, but purchased personal items instead.

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