Woman accused of stealing money from boyfriend's grandmother

Shana Clancy, of Orange Park, arrested late October, police say

Booking photo of Shana Clancy
Booking photo of Shana Clancy

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – An Orange Park woman accused of stealing money from her boyfriend’s grandmother was arrested last week, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Shana Clancy 27, is charged with grand theft, fraudulent use of credit cards and exploitation of an elderly adult.

According to her arrest affidavit, Clancy was seen on surveillance video withdrawing money from the victim’s account at 121 Financial.

There were several unauthorized transactions, totaling $4,960, investigators said. The transactions included hotel rooms, Uber trips, grocery stores, and cash withdrawals, according to the affidavit.

When the credit union showed the victim surveillance pictures, she was able to identify the person in the photos as her grandson’s girlfriend, Clancy, police said.

The victim said Clancy lived with her for about a year previously. 

A warrant was issued for Clancy’s arrest in early August, and she was arrested Oct. 25 when she was seen hitching on Blanding Boulevard, according to police. 

As of Wednesday, she remained in the Duval County jail on $90,000 bond, jail records show.