The case came to light with the discovery by the nonprofit's CEO that a credit card issued to the organization but never received had been used multiple times in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office.
The CEO was able to obtain a video of the person activating the card, and recognized her, the DA's report said.
Atherton Police Detective Kristin Lopez located surveillance video at three businesses where the person using the credit card was identified as Ms. Blaylock, according to the DA's report.
After Ms. Blaylock's arrest, investigators found credit cards that had been issued to two Menlo College students, the report said. She was arrested on March 21, according to Atherton Police Lt. Joe Wade.
A preliminary hearing of the case is set for April 12.
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