A Racine woman is behind bars after she had a one night stand with a man to distract him as two other men stole a credit card while they were having sex.
Rebecca Boczkowski, 28, of Racine, was charged by the Racine County District Attorney’s Office on Thursday with personal identity theft for financial gain, bail jumping and disorderly conduct. If convicted of all three charges, Boczkowski faces up to 12 years nine months in prison and/or fined up to $21,000.
According to the criminal complaint, Boczkowski had sex with the man to distract him while two other men took a debit card he had that belonged to the man’s aunt. One of the men used the credit card to order pizza to the residence. Boczkowski ordered a $900 cell phone from Best Buy, but she never picked it up.
The victim told police Boczkowski and the two men set him up because he owed one of the men $50 from a couple of years ago. He told police he had his aunt’s credit card so that he could put gas in her car, but then realized it was missing.
A few days later, Boczkowski apologized to the man. She told him that she did not want the police involved. She was out on bond for drug charges allegedly committed in May.
Racine County Circuit Court Commissioner Alice Rudebusch set Boczkowski’s cash bond for $5,000. She remains in police custody in the Racine County Jail.
The other two men have not been charged.
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