A state representative is seeking a restraining order against a woman he lived with, but now says used his credit cards and stole money from his bank accounts.
According to court documents, State Representative Scott Suder (R-Abbotsford) claims 32-year-old Lisa Brabazon was an "invitee" in his home from January 2007 through September 2007. During that time, she was not authorized to access Suder's personal or financial information.
But, sometime in September, Suder says Brabazon gained access to credit cards and his checkbook. Suder claims the woman obtained $1,400 through the unauthorized use of his credit cards, and forged his name on checks, obtaining $1,800 from his bank accounts. Sometime in late September, Suder kicked Brabazon out of the house and changed the locks. Then, on the night of September 26 while Suder was not at home Brabazon broke into the house through a basement window severely cutting herself on the glass. Police reports indicate there was blood throughout Suder's home.
Colby-Abbotsford Police are still working on the case and plan to forward their finding to the Clark County District Attorney's office for possible prosecution. A hearing on the restraining order his scheduled for Monday, October 22nd at 3 p.m.